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#SWSCMedia Debate Summary: Internet & Child Abuse Offenders – what are the current challenges? With Special Guest Mark Williams-Thomas


Thank you for joining us and for sharing your views on “The Internet & Child Abuse Offenders – what are the current challenges?” @SWSCmedia. It was a lively evening with excellent contributions and our thanks and appreciation to our special guest Mark Williams-Thomas who joined us for the evening.

Therefore, we look forward to your participation in our next debate on Tuesday (Sept. 25) when we discuss “Redefining Domestic Violence”Join us & share your views regarding the UK Government’s proposed re-definition of Domestic Violence. Tuesday (25 September) 8:00 PM UK / 3:00 PM EDT

Summary of the debate on: Rape and Sexual Violence

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Next debate:  ”Redefining Domestic Violence” An examination of the implications for users of services, survivors and service providers. 

Tuesday (Sept. 25) 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT @SWSCmedia.

Below is the summary of our debate on “The Internet & Child Abuse Offenders – what are the current challenges?” @SWSCmedia

Mark Williams-Thomas (@mwilliamsthomas) is a TV Presenter, Criminologist and Child Protection Expert. Mark is currently making two exclusive one hour programs for ITV1, for broadcast in October . He also recently interviewed Stuart Hazell who has since been charged with the murder of schoolgirl Tia Sharp . You can see more of Mark’s works, investigations, shootings, campaigns and more on his website.

Join us for: “Redefining Domestic Violence” An examination of the implications for users of services, survivors and service providers. @SWSCmedia on Tuesday (25 September) 8:00 PM UK / 3:00 PM ET.

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