Tyrone Mark, Arnewood School, Child Abuse Cover up in Hampshire

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The network of abuse and corruption appears particularly strong in Hampshire. This post shows Hampshire County Council and Hampshire Police are involved.

But there is alot more in Hampshire. A related post I am still working on, shows Jason Packer and Steven George fitted up by the Police and links to other abuse in Hampshire, involving the Church as well.

This post covers Tyrone Mark a teacher at the Arnewood School in New Milton, Hampshire. In 2016 he was finally found guilty and sentenced for the worst possible category of child abuse images [10]

However below the surface of this story there is a web of delay, deceit and criminal cover up by the police, the school and the council – the very institutions supposed to protect children.

All of the 17 child sex offences that Mark was convicted for, could have been prevented if Hampshire Constabulary had done their…

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Child Abuse at Beecholme Childrens Home, Banstead, Surrey

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Beecholme was notorious for its physical and sexual abuse.

Beecholme Childrens Home,  Fir Tree Road, Banstead, Surrey was open from about 1930 until 1974.

It was operated by the London County Council. Children from London County Council, Islington, Lambeth, Wandsworth, Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea, and Hackney Councils were sent there during its lifetime.

Geoffrey Banner was Principal from 1954 – 1970. In 1965 it came under the control of Wandsworth Council then around 68/69 only Wandsworth children went there. In 1974 it closed.

Houses of Beecholme that are known – Cedar House, Jasmine House, Fir House, Drake House

Clifford Heap, abuser, who ended up as the superintendent of Shirley Oaks was a deputy Scoutmaster at Beecholme in the 1950s. Edward Pearce and Thomas Hart were also there.

Currently there is a Police inquiry which is stretching round the world. The investigation is led by Detective Cannon Russell of the complex…

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Rochdale and Beyond – the Legacy of Child Abuse by Anne Wade

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The legacy of child abuse in an English townWhy the roots of historic child sexual abuse must be dug out

Anne Wade

Amber’, ‘Holly’ and ‘Ruby’ in the docudrama Three Girls (BBC May 2017)
Played by Ria Zmitrowicz, Molly Windsor and Liv Hill;Photographer: Ewen Spencer

Should old and dead paedophiles be left in peace? By bringing out detailed stories of historic childhood abuse we may give relief and justice to survivors, but do we benefit the rest of the community? Or does this engage resources that are better applied to current abuse? Is there any harm in simply saying the past is past, and putting all our energy into how we treat children in the future?

It can be argued that it was just such a failure to challenge past abuse by a paedophile network in an ordinary town that enabled further, apparently unrelated, child abuse…

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Isle of Man Knottfield Child Sexual Abuse Investigation Aug 2017

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Child Sexual Abuse on the Isle of Man – Recent Developments Aug 2017

I wrote my first post on child sexual abuse in the Isle of Man in response to being told that there was a major cover up on the island, and that police and senior politicians including one minister were involved in the cover up.

For that post I collected the available newspaper articles, made a timeline and raised some questions.

  • 2015 May 25  Child Sexual Abuse in the Isle of Man[4]

I originally intended to only write that introductory post. Due to the volume of child sexual abuse on the Island, the still taboo nature of child sexual abuse on the island and the obviously unsatisfactory position regarding the treatment for the victims of abuse, especially those triggered into post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by the police in “non recent abuse” investigations, I wrote the follow up…

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Children Stolen From Parents To Populate Colonies With “Good, White British Stock.”

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The nation’s Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse has heard how British children were sent to Australia to face lives of physical and sexual exploitation at the behest of the British government, in order to populate colonial territories with “good, white British stock.”

In order to ensure that enough children were sent across, British authorities would lie to the children, telling them their parents were dead.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt gave a statement to the Inquiry this week, in which he apologised on behalf of the government for the policy which spanned several decades, saying it was “fundamentally flawed”. The policy led to the sexual abuse of thousands of children.

Hunt acknowledged that the abuse was not unknown to British authorities, and said the government would consider the recommendations made by the Inquiry, which are due to be published at the end of this year.

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Historic child sex abuse inquiry – police arrest 16 people in West Yorkshire

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POLICE investigating historic allegations of child sex abuse in the Kirklees area of West Yorkshire have this week arrested 16 people.

They were arrested from addresses in Huddersfield and Bradford during a three-day policing operation.

All 16, including one woman, have been interviewed and released pending further enquiries.

The investigation centres on allegations made by a multiple number of women of sexual abuse committed against them as children predominantly in the Huddersfield area between 2004 and 2011.

Read more at: http://www.wakefieldexpress.co.uk/news/crime/historic-child-sex-abuse-inquiry-police-arrest-16-people-in-west-yorkshire-1-8659700

Huddersfield child sex abuse inquiry sees 16 further arrests

Police investigating allegations of historical child sex abuse in the Huddersfield area have made 16 further arrests.

The alleged offences took place between 2004 and 2011 and involved girls aged between 11 and 17.

All those arrested have been bailed pending further inquires, West Yorkshire Police said.

Twenty-seven men and two women were previously charged as part of the investigation.

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Police operation to tackle child sexual exploitation in Dewsbury

Just as I’m issuing another series of complaints about Police and am promoting this petition that has over 1,000 signatures: https://www.change.org/p/uk-parliament-establish-an-independent-board-that-investigates-complaints-against-the-police

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Police in Dewsbury are launching a four-day operation to tackle crimes including child sexual exploitation in the town.

The operation will be launched on Tuesday July 25 and will run until Friday 28 in Dewsbury town centre.

There will be high visibility patrols with police officers and partner agencies including Social Services, Barnardos, youth engagement workers, sexual health workers, alcohol abuse workers, mental health nurses, fines warrant officer, in and around Dewsbury town centre aiming to tackle crime, CSE and anti-social behaviour.

Read more at: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/crime/police-operation-to-tackle-child-sexual-exploitation-in-dewsbury-1-8660643

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