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Old 11-03-2013, 11:58 PM   #56781
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A senior ITV executive who helped launch the children’s charity Childline has lost her job amid allegations she bullied junior members of staff.
Sarah Caplin, 55, wife of former Crimewatch host Nick Ross, set up the helpline with her cousin Esther Rantzen 25 years ago. But now she is to leave her high-profile TV job, where she is head of features and factual entertainment, as part of a ‘strategic shake-up’.


‘They opened Sarah Caplin’s file and discovered that there had been many complaints about her over the years that hadn’t been pursued, especially from junior members of staff who accused her of bullying them. But there is a now a new approach at ITV and it was felt that Sarah’s behaviour could not be ignored.’


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Old 11-03-2013, 11:59 PM   #56782
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HMIC’s review of allegations made against Jimmy Savile during his lifetime finds mistakes were made by the police; and while policies and practices designed to improve the experience of child victims are now available, we raise serious concerns over why so many victims felt unable to come forward and report what had happened to the authorities.

Mistakes were made, roughly translated as Savile had mates in the force who covered up for him, they also actively dissuaded victims from making statements. What a load of bollocks.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:02 AM   #56783
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Man who told police that girlfriend assaulted on TOTPs by Savile was told he could be arrested for making such allegations.

Six people who made reports to Yewtree were policemen who said they were aware of his behaviour and that it was a cause for concern. Two have served with West Yorkshire police.
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Intelligence by Scotland Yard was effectively supressed. A 1964 paedophile report remained hidden for 58 years.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:08 AM   #56785
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HMIC’s review of allegations made against Jimmy Savile during his lifetime finds mistakes were made by the police; and while policies and practices designed to improve the experience of child victims are now available, we raise serious concerns over why so many victims felt unable to come forward and report what had happened to the authorities.

Mistakes were made, roughly translated as Savile had mates in the force who covered up for him, they also actively dissuaded victims from making statements. What a load of bollocks.
Yep bollocks more bollocks and stones unturned bollocks.... Next lessons learnt bollocks
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:10 AM   #56786
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The 1998 anonymous letter within the report says:

When Jimmy Savile fails, and sooner or later he will, a lot of well known PERSONALITIES AND PAST POLITICIANS are going to fall with him.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:10 AM   #56787
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Intelligence by Scotland Yard was effectively supressed. A 1964 paedophile report remained hidden for 58 years.
Translated as, he was to important to arrest, and had dirt on so many people we couldn't risk it getting out. So allowed him to carry on his one man pedophile rampage until he died. Fuckers.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:12 AM   #56788
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:19 AM   #56789
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From Twitter, The Needleblog, gojam

http://theneedleblog.wordpress.com/2...nymous-letter/
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:20 AM   #56790
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Of the 214 crimes which the MPS has currently recorded, 32 have been classified as rape. Four of these crimes involved a victim who was under 10 years of age at the time and a further 12 crimes involved a victim who was between 10 and under 16 years of age. A further 13 crimes have been classified as “assault by penetration”, with four victims being under 10 years of age and a further seven being between 10 and under 16 years of age.5 Assault by penetration became a specific offence under sections 2, 6 and 9 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, although prior to that Act’s commencement, the same actions were classified as indecent assaults under the Sexual Offences Act 1956.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:23 AM   #56791
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The 1998 MPS anonymous letter was marked as 'sensitive' BECAUSE OF SAVILE'S CELEBRITY STATUS and because there were ALLEGATIONS OF BLACKMAIL AND PAEDOPHILIA. This categorisation meant that the intelligence was not readily available to be searched by later investigating officers.
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5.9 A second computerised record is the reproduction of an anonymous letter dated 13 July 1998 and addressed to the Vice Squad/Unit at New Scotland Yard, London. We set it out in full here:
“I supply here information which if looked into by one of your officers will yield a secret life not unlike that of [name].
MPS force area. Boundary changes in 1999-2000 meant that, thereafter, the School became part of Surrey Police force area.
28 Paragraphs 11.5 – 11.9.
29 PND is an IT system which allows the police service to share access and search local force information on a national basis. It provides forces with immediate access to up-to-date information drawn from local crime, custody, intelligence, child abuse and domestic abuse systems. PND was released in two phases: the first release was in June 2011 and only allowed a search under the “person” field; the second release was in May 2012 and allowed a wider search, including a search of information contained in the “events” field.
30 The MPS computerised its records in 1994.
HMIC (2013) “Mistakes were made.” 21
I can not (sic) give you my name as I am too closely involved and do not wish to be in the limelight and have the finger pointed at myself. If you think this is not a genuine letter, then it is your loss.
The image that JIMMY SAVILE has tried to portray over the years is someone who is deeply concerned with his fellow man; however, the thrust of this is entirely the opposite. His fund-raising activities are not out of altruistic motives, but purely for selfish advancement and an easy living. He has slimed his way in wherever possible. He has tried to hide his homosexuality, which in any event is an open secret with those who know; but did you know that he is also a deeply committed paedophile, and involved in buggery with young children.
An incident that happened some years ago (not that long) was when he was involved with a young „rent boy‟. This rent boy followed him to [place]. JIMMY SAVILE foolishly gave this rent boy his Leeds telephone number [set out in the text] which he has now subsequently changed; this was because he was having threatening calls from this rent boy, who was going to go to the press and expose him for his paedophilia, if he did not give him more money. I know at the time he was extremely angry and frightened. How it ended, I really do not know. What can not (sic) be acceptable and must be stopped is JIMMY SAVILE‟s paedophilia. I know he has pornography, but do not know which of his houses it is in. Regularly, he runs for the „Life‟ charity in Roundhay Park in Leeds, he would say „Now I‟ve had a run, I feel like some bum‟. And would then later in the evening go where the rent boys hang out.
He thinks he is untouchable because of the people he mixes with, and again I know from personal experience, that they find him amusing and the butt of many jokes. There are many more things I could tell you, but they are trivial in comparison to the main issue.
sickened. (sic) Please, do not let him get away with this perversion and that he feels immune because of the people he mixes with. There are too many of his perverted type around – don‟t let him continue to think he is untouchable, or that his secret is too well hidden. [Name] made a mistake, - don‟t let JIMMY SAVILE get away with it either.
When JIMMY SAVILE fails, and sooner or later he will, a lot of well-known personalities and past politicians are going to fall with him.
I have done my duty, my conscience is clear, you have the power, time, and resources at Scotland Yard to wheedle him out, and expose him for what he really is.
If you think this is a hoax, or a crank letter, think again. It is not I who suffer if you do nothing, but the children.”
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:28 AM   #56793
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HMIC expresses serious concerns over why so many victims felt unable to approach the police with allegations against Jimmy Savile during his lifetime
HMIC’s review of allegations made against Jimmy Savile during his lifetime finds mistakes were made by the police; and while policies and practices designed to improve the experience of child victims are now available, we raise serious concerns over why so many victims felt unable to come forward and report what had happened to the authorities.

HMIC asked police forces to provide all information relating to sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile recorded before the launch of Operation Yewtree (05 October 2012). The findings are surprising, given what is now known of Savile’s prolific offending over many decades: the police recorded just five allegations of criminal conduct and two pieces of intelligence information during Savile’s lifetime, with the earliest of these records dating from 1964. In stark contrast, since 2012 more than 600 people have come forward with allegations against Savile. It is of serious concern that so few victims of abuse felt able to go to the police at the time in the knowledge that action would be taken.

Although Savile lived in West Yorkshire for much of his life, the seven pieces of information considered in our report were identified by the police in Surrey, Sussex and London. During the course of this review, the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire referred questions relating to the relationship between West Yorkshire Police and Savile to the IPCC.

To improve our understanding of why no specific allegations against Savile were recorded before 2003, HMIC considered policy and practice changes in the police service and the wider criminal justice system over Savile’s period of offending. HMIC found that a child reporting sexual abuse today is likely to be better treated than 50 years ago. But there is still more to do if children are to receive the full protection of the changes that have been introduced since then.

HMIC found that the police made mistakes in their handling of the five allegations and two pieces of intelligence information. While there were systems and processes available that could have enabled the three forces involved to ‘join the dots’ and spot patterns, these were used either incorrectly, or not at all. This resulted in a series of failings: to understand the potential depth of Savile’s criminality; to encourage (given what the report refers to as the ‘Yewtree effect’) other victims to come forward; and to bring about an appropriate prosecution. A related theme identified in the inspection was the isolation each person felt as a result of believing that Savile had not abused anyone else.

While this report found only seven records, HMIC has wider concerns about the way the police manage and use information, and whether national guidance is being given full effect in all forces. HMIC will examine this further as part of its review into child sexual abuse and sexual exploitation, which is due to start in Summer 2013.

HM Inspector of Constabulary, Drusilla Sharpling, said:

“The findings in this report are of deep concern, and clearly there were mistakes in how the police handled the allegations made against Savile during his lifetime. However, an equally profound problem is that victims felt unable to come forward and report crimes of sexual abuse. It is imperative that all those charged with protecting these victims do more to encourage reporting, taking the right action to bring perpetrators to justice. We welcome the new measures announced recently by the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Association of Chief Police Officers. But more needs to be done, and it is neither enough nor correct to say ‘This couldn’t happen now’.”

HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Tom Winsor, said:

“It is imperative that children and other victims of sexual crimes have the knowledge, the means and the confidence to report what has happened to them. HMIC’s report identifies policies and practices which the police must reassess and improve in order to be better able to deal with historical allegations, and to keep our children safe. Building on this examination of Savile, HMIC’s programme for 2013/14 will take this work deeper and wider.”
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:31 AM   #56794
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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/girls-schoo...123848367.html

Been hearing about this today. It's a private boarding school for girls. Often referred by the imam who tells the father to send her. Considering how many other religious institutions, priests, vicars, bishops, etc have now been found to be involved, this is no great surprise.

Heard some other truly horrendous things today IRL but need a night's sleep before I can begin to write them down.

Well done everyone on the 6mil mark. Stella for all. Well bloody done Anders. I think he'd be proud as punch.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:33 AM   #56795
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HMIC expresses serious concerns over why so many victims felt unable to approach the police with allegations against Jimmy Savile during his lifetime
HMIC’s review of allegations made against Jimmy Savile during his lifetime finds mistakes were made by the police; and while policies and practices designed to improve the experience of child victims are now available, we raise serious concerns over why so many victims felt unable to come forward and report what had happened to the authorities.

HMIC asked police forces to provide all information relating to sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile recorded before the launch of Operation Yewtree (05 October 2012). The findings are surprising, given what is now known of Savile’s prolific offending over many decades: the police recorded just five allegations of criminal conduct and two pieces of intelligence information during Savile’s lifetime, with the earliest of these records dating from 1964. In stark contrast, since 2012 more than 600 people have come forward with allegations against Savile. It is of serious concern that so few victims of abuse felt able to go to the police at the time in the knowledge that action would be taken.

Although Savile lived in West Yorkshire for much of his life, the seven pieces of information considered in our report were identified by the police in Surrey, Sussex and London. During the course of this review, the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire referred questions relating to the relationship between West Yorkshire Police and Savile to the IPCC.

To improve our understanding of why no specific allegations against Savile were recorded before 2003, HMIC considered policy and practice changes in the police service and the wider criminal justice system over Savile’s period of offending. HMIC found that a child reporting sexual abuse today is likely to be better treated than 50 years ago. But there is still more to do if children are to receive the full protection of the changes that have been introduced since then.

HMIC found that the police made mistakes in their handling of the five allegations and two pieces of intelligence information. While there were systems and processes available that could have enabled the three forces involved to ‘join the dots’ and spot patterns, these were used either incorrectly, or not at all. This resulted in a series of failings: to understand the potential depth of Savile’s criminality; to encourage (given what the report refers to as the ‘Yewtree effect’) other victims to come forward; and to bring about an appropriate prosecution. A related theme identified in the inspection was the isolation each person felt as a result of believing that Savile had not abused anyone else.

While this report found only seven records, HMIC has wider concerns about the way the police manage and use information, and whether national guidance is being given full effect in all forces. HMIC will examine this further as part of its review into child sexual abuse and sexual exploitation, which is due to start in Summer 2013.

HM Inspector of Constabulary, Drusilla Sharpling, said:

“The findings in this report are of deep concern, and clearly there were mistakes in how the police handled the allegations made against Savile during his lifetime. However, an equally profound problem is that victims felt unable to come forward and report crimes of sexual abuse. It is imperative that all those charged with protecting these victims do more to encourage reporting, taking the right action to bring perpetrators to justice. We welcome the new measures announced recently by the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Association of Chief Police Officers. But more needs to be done, and it is neither enough nor correct to say ‘This couldn’t happen now’.”

HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Tom Winsor, said:

“It is imperative that children and other victims of sexual crimes have the knowledge, the means and the confidence to report what has happened to them. HMIC’s report identifies policies and practices which the police must reassess and improve in order to be better able to deal with historical allegations, and to keep our children safe. Building on this examination of Savile, HMIC’s programme for 2013/14 will take this work deeper and wider.”
Reports always have findings of deep concern and failures and there are always lessons to be learned
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:37 AM   #56796
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Can I just say that there is loads of info on the HMIC doc.
I know it will keep us going for ages.
Probably, like you, I have skimmed through it.
But I know that with the wonderful members on here, over the next few days we will open another can of worms.
<<<<<< LIKE THIS ONE
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:37 AM   #56797
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Umpteen pages behind again but just seen this. Soz if posted already.

Police had abuse links to savile from 60s onwards

http://m.theglobeandmail.com/news/wo...service=mobile
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:38 AM   #56798
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Just an opinion

At the risk of articulating a controversial view.

In every walk of life there are good and bad human beings

The police are no different

For those police who tried, and try, to do their jobs and expose the corruption

Thankyou

We know you have been leaned on

We know your hands are often tied

We know the agenda to privatise the police

We know the agenda to dismantle our forces

We know the game plan

It is better to be a rebel with just cause

Than to be a victim

Now is the moment to stand up for what is right

Else you will become victims too
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Reports always have findings of deep concern and failures and there are always lessons to be learned
Lessons learnt..... Meaning we have to be much careful in the future with the cover ups and losing evidence .....
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:42 AM   #56800
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On MWT twitter

Deputy Trevor Pitman @[email protected] You need to get over to Jersey Mark and help us to do some digging here

Stuart Syvret @[email protected]@mwilliamsthomas Trevor - I think you'll find Mark is rather too close to Mick Gradwell - who was key in #Jersey cover-up
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