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Posted: Mar 25 2018, 10:26 AM
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Government to establish national centre for fighting child exploitation
Child sex offenders are being put on notice by the Turnbull Government, as it commits nearly $70 million to the fight against paedophiles.
A national centre dedicated to fighting child exploitation will be created in Brisbane, and dozens more federal police will focus on the scourge.
The Commonwealth estimates the new hub will save about 200 abuse victims each year.
"Anyone's child can be targeted by paedophiles and child traffickers," Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said.
"It's our responsibility to stamp them out wherever we can."
The Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) will be led by the Australian Federal Police (AFP).
The new centre will coordinate with state police forces, and work with international counterparts, such as the United States Centre for Missing and Exploited Children.
The ACCCE will also include members of the financial intelligence agency AusTrac and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.
The AFP's child protection operations will also grow from about 100 to 170 staff by mid-2020.
The $68.6 million boost will be included in May's budget.
Closing down the Catholic church would be a good start.
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Posted: Mar 25 2018, 02:31 PM
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Catholics may be the main offenders that we know of Flin, but they are certainly not alone.
Not that I am in any way defending the Catholic church.
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Posted: Mar 25 2018, 03:39 PM
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How about roz and safe schools and abc and various idiots More bureaucracy
This post has been edited by charka: Mar 25 2018, 03:41 PM