Terry Vogt Video Journalist. Police say four adults, and a person under 18 are allegedly involved. The allegations have been circulating on social media for several weeks. The Lethbridge Police Service has confirmed that they launched an investigation in early November,. The names of the adults are not being released to protect the identity of the alleged victim.
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Walter Vessey of the Charlottetown police major crime unit said Wednesday. Vessey said the man travelled to Sydney to meet a girl behind the Mayflower Mall in Sydney. Law enforcement officials across Canada have expressed concern about the groups, warning the public that confronting alleged child predators could put people in danger and compromise police investigations. Drew McArthur investigated complaints from two people and says the group used deceptive or misleading practices when it communicated with them and made video recordings of their meetings. By Canadian Press.
Parents are being reminded to speak to their children about online safety after a man was charged with sexually assaulting a year-old girl he met online, while four other men have been arrested in a sting after police posed online as mothers offering their children up for sexual abuse. Police will allege an year-old man from western Sydney met a year-old girl via a social media application in June, and assaulted her at a home in Sydney's south. Police arrest man following sting in which officers posed onlne as mothers offering their children up for sexual abuse last month. Credit: NSW Police.
By University of Texas at Austin November 2, For years news outlets have tied major sporting events to an increase in sex trafficking, but researchers have now revealed that assumption is a myth and that misleading news stories foster distorted views and misguided interventions that do not reduce harm or protect victims. A new paper, published in Anti-Trafficking Review , by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, used empirical evidence to correct the media narrative linking major sporting events and sex trafficking. Hill and her co-author Lauren Martin worked with an Anti-Sex Trafficking Committee convened to prepare for an anticipated increase in trafficking for sexual exploitation in relation to the Super Bowl, hosted in Minneapolis.