More NSPCC bollocks in order to increase child stealing by the state.

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The NSPCC has to be one of the most dangerous organisations in the country where our children are concerned.

Championed by paedophiles, the NSPCC is calling for earlier intervention in child abuse… Namely removing the baby from its mother as soon as it is born.

The word is slowly getting out that the Social Services are child stealer’s and it has to stop, as do the secret courts.

However, the NSPCC say that the social services are not doing enough and point to a figure of half a million children being abused, where as the authorities are only picking up on 1 in 9 children.

See, its another case of those pesky numbers being set out in different formats, specifically designed to make the figures look alarming.

In other words, your average Joe wont have a clue how many 1 in 9 children is in relation to half a million. Neither is their any mention of age range. By that I mean when does a child stop being a child? Age 18? Age 16? Age 14? Age 10?

The NSPCC website claims that there are 91,000 looked after children in the UK as of 2012. The UK consists of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The website then says that:  Over half of looked after children in England and Wales became looked after because of abuse or neglect in 2011/12.

So, lets assume that 46,000 are in care because of abuse or neglect. That leaves 45,000 who are in care presumably for no other reason than they have no one to look after them.

The NSPCC then says:

It is not possible to give an exact figure for the number of children looked after in the UK because each of the UK’s four nations differ in the way they collect and publish their statistics. They differ in both the date on which these figures are collected and in the definition of looked after.

For instance, children under a supervision requirement order in Scotland are considered to be in the care of the local authority whilst in the rest of the UK they are not, so children in the criminal justice system will be included in the Scottish figures. 

Therefore, if the corrupt, nonce infested ‘charity’ cannot say how many kids are in care, quite how the fuck they can they say how many kids not in care are being abused is beyond me?

In 2012 there were thought to be around 11,721,722 children in the UK aged 18 or under. Therefore 1 in 9 children equates to over  1.3 million children. So where are the missing  one million, two hundred & nine thousand children?

However, by far the biggest question is if the NSPCC knows that half a million children are being abused, although god knows how they do; why haven’t they done anything about them? After all, they receive millions of pounds a year from the government to investigate cases of child abuse.

I therefore suggest that the NSPCC findings are bollocks and just alarmist propaganda so as there is a plentiful supply of children in care for the likes of the NSPCC’s Peter Mandelson and Princess Andrew to abuse.

Don’t believe the truth, lets go to war.

Thousands of children abused in their own homes are not being protected by local authorities, damning NSPCC report warns

  • More than half a million children are abused or neglected at home each year
  • But charity claims just one in nine are protected by local authorities

By ANTHONY BOND

PUBLISHED: 02:04, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:47, 18 April 2013

 

Hundreds of thousands of children abused in their own homes are slipping through the net as local authorities are unable to protect them, a children’s charity has warned today.

More than half a million children are abused or neglected at home each year – but just one in nine are protected by local authorities, the NSPCC said.

Services to protect children are improving but the charity warns they will only ever reach a fraction of the children who are abused.

Worrying: Hundreds of thousands of children abused in their own homes are slipping through the net as local authorities are unable to protect them, a children's charity has warned today. This is a file pictureWorrying: Hundreds of thousands of children abused in their own homes are slipping through the net as local authorities are unable to protect them, a children’s charity has warned today. This is a file picture

The scale of the problem is a key finding in the UK’s first national child abuse tracker How Safe Are Our Children launched by the NSPCC today.

Lisa Harker, NSPCC head of strategy and one author of the report, said: ‘As a nation we spend more than £6 billion every year on services for children and families.

‘We need to know if our efforts to prevent abuse and protect children are working.

 

 

‘Child protection services are working in overdrive and our report shows the UK is making progress in some areas. But the hidden extent of child abuse and neglect revealed in this report is a national scandal.

‘Since Baby Peter, social workers and other professionals are working harder and harder to reduce the harm caused by abuse and neglect.

‘They are taking more referrals, making more assessments, providing more services and putting more children in care.

Tough job: The charity said since the Baby Peter, pictured, tragedy social workers and other professionals are working harder and harder to reduce the harm caused by abuse and neglectTough job: The charity said since the Baby Peter, pictured, tragedy social workers and other professionals are working harder and harder to reduce the harm caused by abuse and neglect

‘When we discover abuse, we must do everything we can to protect children from further harm and help them recover.

‘But it’s vital to prevent abuse from happening to so many children in the first place. We need to shift policy across the UK towards early intervention – and set a new course that can stop cruelty blighting so many children’s lives.’

Its new report reveals that for every child subject to a protection plan, or on child protection registers, another eight have suffered recent maltreatment.

The NSPCC estimates that 520,000 children were maltreated by a parent or guardian in the UK in 2011 but only 58,000 became the subject of child protection plans in that year.

The charity estimates it would cost up to £500 million every year to provide protection plans to just a quarter of these ‘hidden’ children.

Preventative services which work with struggling parents before, or as soon as, issues arise can stop the need for costly protection measures later, the NSPCC said.

A Department for Education spokeswoman said: ‘There is nothing more important than protecting children from harm. We agree that we need to intervene early to help children at risk of abuse or neglect.

‘That is why we have sharpened the statutory guidance to focus far more on early help, and to clarify what all professionals must do to support families earlier – before formal intervention is needed.

‘We are also improving the skills of social workers and cutting red tape so they can get on with the job of protecting vulnerable children. We are clear that where children are suffering abuse or neglect, they should be taken into care more quickly.’

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