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“We were the ones who notified the children’s mothers – they didn’t have a clue that this was happening,” he said.Det-Insp Rouse said in 2014 there were three incidents over a period of six months relating to this issue.
“This rule applies to all members, including single parents,” he said.It can often be hard to identify online grooming until it is too late,” she said.Criminologist for child protection group Bravehearts, Carol Ronken said people typically thought predators targeted social media sites, such as Facebook, Tumblr, Snapchat and Kik Messenger.Mr Blackman said France had drafted a proposal to tighten privacy laws around parents sharing pictures of their children without their permission. “Interactions on dating sites are presented as ‘getting to know the person’ over time, so in regards to building trust and child predation, this is definitely a vulnerable area for parents,” Mr Blackman said.“To reduce risk, parents should never reveal specific information about their children, such as: the school/child care centre they attend, likes/dislikes, identifiable features, photos/videos,” he said.“Predators will always be found in any target-rich environment and the reality is that they are targeting mums to get to their children,” Ms Summers said.
“I think everyone should have more education about the issue of digital footprints.
“Most people require police clearances for employment these days, so it should never be a problem, and if excuses are made then obviously that person may be trying to hide something,” she said.
Internet communications and technology team leader for South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA), Juliet Summers, is an online project worker who assists survivors of sexual assault.
Founder and CEO of The Carly Ryan Foundation, Sonya Ryan, said it was very common for predators to look for single parents with children on dating sites.
“Parents on dating sites are often vulnerable and open because they are simply looking for love or to be loved,” she said.
Det-Insp Rouse said child sex offenders had then become involved with the mothers and gained their trust.