A comparison between convicted/detected (UK) and undetected/self-Referred (Germany) online users of child sexual exploitation material

Kettleborough, Danielle and Merdian, Hannah Lena (2016) A comparison between convicted/detected (UK) and undetected/self-Referred (Germany) online users of child sexual exploitation material. In: Annual conference of the National Organisation for the Treatment of Abusers, 28 September 2016, Brighton, UK.

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Abstract

This talk will present the results from initial analysis of the first direct comparison study of the aetiology, psychological profiles, and situational determinants of detected (UK) uand “undetected” (Germany) users of Child Sexual Exploitation Material. Little is known about the group of undetected individuals. Participants in the UK were accessed via the police, the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, and National Probation Services. Participants from Germany were accessed via the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld. Data has been collated through psychometric assessments on personality, sexual behaviour and interests, offending behaviour, motives, and modus operandi, allowing for validation of Seto’s (2013) Motivation Facilitation model

Keywords:child protection, online sex offending
Subjects:C Biological Sciences > C840 Clinical Psychology
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Psychology
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Deposited On:15 Oct 2016 20:19

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