Tuesday, 26 March 2013
The following is an article taken from The South Wales Evening Post.
A NEW project which will ensure that children and young people's rights are respected and protected has been launched in Neath.
Neath Port Talbot Children's Rights Unit is a Big Lottery funded project which aims to make the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) a reality for children, young people and their families living in the county.
Neath AM Gwenda Thomas said she very much welcomed the new unit.
She said: "The establishment of this unit clearly shows the commitment of Neath Port Talbot Council for Voluntary Services and all its partners to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and to the right of children to be respected and heard."
Posted by Kevin Edwards at 18:29:00
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
Police files on celebrities and politicians accused of sex assault were so heavily protected that officers investigating claims could not access them, it has been reported.
Information on high profile suspects was marked as 'secret' or 'restricted' and only available to a small number of officers - a system which may have helped prolific offenders like Jimmy Savile escape prosecution, The Times has said .
The approach to sensitive files was designed to stop officers from leaking information to the media.
The issue of detectives being unable to access relevant intelligence was highlighted in a report on the effectiveness of the Police National Database (PND) in the wake of the Savile scandal.
It came after complaints about Savile made to different police forces across the country while the TV presenter was still alive were not able to be shared by detectives.
Metropolitan Police Commander Peter Spindler confirmed to the newspaper that famous people were protected by high levels of confidentiality built into intelligence systems.
He said: "Any high-profile or sensitive case will be restricted on our systems because we are not going to let 50,000 people (Met officers and staff) across London read sensitive material about celebrities, politicians or other high-profile people.
"We have had some officers and staff who were prepared to leak information to the media for payment and the mechanism to prevent that was to restrict access to that information."
But police believe their new PND, launched in 2011, will help prevent similar errors in the future.
The system allows sensitive material to be located but accessed only with the right clearance.
Speaking after the report was published last week Chief Constable Mike Barton, the Association of Chief Police Officer's lead on intelligence, said the current system is capable of being interrogated by any trained officer across the UK to "identify suspects, offenders and patterns of behaviour".
The National Association of People Abused in Childhood told The Times that police had put the protection of celebrities before children.
But spokesman John Bird added that he believes police are striving to "get it right in future".
The first national shared database for police in England and Wales was set up in 2003, while a later system in 2006 allowed officers to search for intelligence but restricted access to sensitive records.
Posted by Kevin Edwards at 16:03:00
Friday, 15 March 2013
Saturday, 9 March 2013
Tuesday, 5 March 2013
Below is a letter received from Robert Walter MP in reply to a written letter expressing concern over the home of Former Prime Minister Edward Heaths Arundells remaining open as a museum.
The sickening adoration expressed in his letter of Mr Heath by Mr Walter MP is quite nauseating.
It is a well know truth that Heath was indeed a Child Murderer , A Paedophile and Committed Treason by paving the way for the sovereignty of the United Kingdom to be handed over to a Foreign Power The European Union without our consent.
For those of you interested the email address of Robert Walter MP is email@example.com
Posted by Kevin Edwards at 11:12:00
Monday, 4 March 2013
Children in custody were involved in 43,000 strip searches in just two years
- Illicit items were found in only 275 cases out of 43,960 strip searches
- Almost half searched were from black and minority ethnic backgrounds
- One 16-year-old girl had been ordered to hand her sanitary towel to staff
Posted by Kevin Edwards at 20:02:00
Sunday, 3 March 2013
How a mother fell 100ft down Cheddar Gorge Cliffs and, instead of being left alone to recover from her accident, NAZI Social Services saw it as yet another chance to steal another child to be placed into 'care', in a clear attempt to line their pockets!
This woman has been up against it all... perjury, threatened with prison and, laughably, even assessed by a 'child' psychologist (all at the public's expense), which, when she questioned, was then given an adult psychologist, even though the child psychologist had done an assessment in the full knowledge that he was not qualified to do so but kept the money nonetheless!
She has randomly had her 'contact sessions' stopped with her son for the most bizarre reasons: for one, giving her son reassurance by telling him the truth that she had not given him away but that it was Social Services who took him!
Social Services are the ones that are emotionally harming children!
It is time for people to come together and stand up against this corruption and exploitation of the innocent.
One Day,One Day Soon They Will Be Brought To Account.
Posted by Kevin Edwards at 20:07:00