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New public campaign aimed at reducing use of illegal on line images
Published: Friday, 23 October 2015
Public campaign aimed at reducing use of illegal on line images of children
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation has launched a major new Stop It Now campaign to tackle significantly increased viewing and sharing of indecent Images of Children (IIOC) in the UK by deterring would-be offenders.
The campaign is targeting perpetrators and the wider public in order to raise awareness, deter would-be offenders from accessing indecent images of children online (IIOC) and ultimately reduce child abuse
We urge anyone who has concerns about their online behaviour to visit the anonymous and confidential self-hep website http://www.get-help.stopitnow.org.uk/
We want to reassure families and friends who are concerned that someone they know may be accessing this material to know that they are not alone. Stop It Now can help. Confidential, anonymous advice and support is available through the freephone helpline 0808 1000 900