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Post  Bampots on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 1:06 am

Andrew wrote:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-37616825

Information on 2,345 British paedophile suspects supplied by Canadian police was "poorly handled" by the body set up to protect children, a report has said.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission found the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) had not dealt with the material properly.

Just a bit of analysis from site.....


By Sally Chidzoy, home affairs correspondent, BBC East
Today we still don't know exactly why Bradbury's name and those of 2,334 other British paedophile suspects handed to Ceop in London by police in Toronto sat gathering dust for 16 months.
It's now official that they were disorganised. But the devil is in the detail.
Why did no one take "ownership" of the intelligence? Who should have done that? Why was there a "lack of general understanding" in an organisation that had long been praised for its work on tracking paedophiles.
Was funding an issue that led to the backlog of cases that led to this failure?
Had Ceop got a grip, Bradbury would not have had the opportunity to go on and abuse another eight boys "in his care".
Multiply that abuse by the number of suspects who remained unchallenged and undetected during that time and beyond, the number of children at risk would have been considerable.
'Angry and hurt'
At the time, Ceop was under the command of the Serious Organised Crime Agency. The National Crime Agency (NCA) replaced Soca in October 2013.
The NCA said none of its officers had faced any misconduct charges, but one had received "words of advice".
It said there had been two internal reviews to ensure that processes were improved, and all of these reviews' recommendations had been implemented.
The parent of a young boy who was treated by paedophile doctor Bradbury said she was "disappointed" at the lack of accountability.
Claire Yeoman, whose three-year-old son Declan was a patient, but not identified as a victim, said: "No one seems to have taken responsibility for any of the actions that have caused so much grief.
"I'm very, very disappointed, angry and hurt about it".
A spokesman said the NCA's Ceop Command had "transformed significantly" during the last 18 months.
And he added that in 2015 to 2016, 1,802 children were safeguarded or protected as a result of NCA activity
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-37616825

Great that no names to take responsibility....they wouldnt gamble on that!!!!



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Post  Rosa canina on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 8:12 am

An old article worth reading :

https://corporatewatch.org/news/2013/oct/15/sale-top-uk-riot-cops-export-war-zones-and-dictators



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Re: Jim Gamble / CEOPS Newsnight

Post  Bampots on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 8:57 am

From the INEQE website....

About

We provide services, products and technology to help make you safer. These include criminal justice reform programmes, child protection & child safeguarding training in the context of technology and social media, school policy building and inset days.

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Its not what you say its what you do?....from the link provided by Rosa.....

Meet Ineqe Group, the Belfast security consultancy with a bizarre mix of courses on sale; child protection, internet safety, cyber bullying and … riot control. Ineqe, a play on the words 'innovative' and 'unique', is directed by several retired police chiefs turned entrepreneurs, who are now profiting from the specialist skills that they gleaned during decades of state-funded work.



Duncan McCausland OBE, 53, and Gary White MBE, 49, took up directorships at Ineqe after retiring from senior positions in the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) – with McCausland pocketing half a million pounds in severance pay just before the Patten redundancy scheme closed in 2011.

The pair rank among some of the UK's top riot cops. White, who joined the police as a cadet aged 16, commanded “many of the most challenging and serious incidents of disorder in Northern Ireland”, a reference to the 2004-5 marching season where the PSNI fired hundreds of plastic bullets in Belfast - tactics that are still considered taboo on the mainland, but which White has staunchly defended. White's superior, McCausland, virtually wrote the book on riot control. He spent five years on the police chiefs' Public Order Committee and chaired the UK's response to the austerity protests.

White says his “background” provides “a certain set of skills” and a “network”. Ineqe advertise five different training courses on “public order management”. Its “advanced” course promises to “equip police officers to respond to rioting”, with drills on Petrol Bombs, Water Cannons and Impact Rounds. So who are Ineqe's customers? It is reported that “as much as 80% of Ineqe's business comes from outside the province”. Speaking at a business conference in February 2013, White said Ineqe was “involved in a range of projects at the moment in places like Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Kenya, Nigeria – there is a lot going on in developing countries”. White and McCausland also claim to work as security consultants for, between them, the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), the Department for International Development, the NGO Saferworld – even G4S.



Bobbies on the beat ... or off the beaten track?

Training police abroad is nothing new for the pair. Prior to joining Ineqe, they travelled to Bangladesh, Bolivia, Georgia, Iraq, Lebanon, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Venezuela, according to their CVs - accessible online for any prospective customers to browse. But what on earth were they doing in all these exotic locations? That is less well advertised. In Bolivia, White ran public order courses for the Police and Military, while posing for the camera with some bicycle cops. But it is their work in Sri Lanka that warrants closer scrutiny, as the Belfast Telegraph partially revealed this morning.

In February 2009, Sri Lanka was an island at war. After nearly three decades of conflict, the separatist Tamil Tiger rebels were being cornered by government forces, in what has become known as the 'killing fields'. 300,000 ethnic Tamil civilians fled the fighting, only to be rounded up and 'screened' for militant sympathies in squalid barbed-wire internment camps. By August 2009, Amnesty International warned that this system of indefinite and arbitrary detention included some 50,000 children.

It may come as a surprise, then, that this was precisely the six-month period when White and McCausland were seconded from the PSNI and deployed to Sri Lanka by the FCO. The pair were ordered “to act as a 'critical friend' to the Sri Lankan Police” and provide “hands-on assistance”, Corporate Watch has discovered through a Freedom of Information request to the PSNI. The itinerary for their first visit included “high level meetings with [the] Inspector General of Police” (IGP), Sri Lanka's top cop Jayantha Wickramaratne, who incidentally had himself trained in Scotland and Northern Ireland during 2007. As IGP, Wickramaratne was part of the 'Task Force' responsible for the administration of the internment camps.

Our previous investigation found that 3,500 Sri Lankan Police were trained by the Scottish Police College before and after 2009. Crucially, this new evidence reveals that senior UK police officers continued to advise their Sri Lankan counterparts even during the bloodiest months of the conflict. The FCO are refusing to disclose its documents relating to this liaison, citing national security exemptions. Ineqe, White and McCausland were unavailable for comment. However, does Ineqe's CEO, Jim Gamble, know what advice these men gave in Sri Lanka? Gamble's judgement matters – he is Independent Chair of the City and Hackney Safeguarding Children Boar

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Re: Jim Gamble / CEOPS Newsnight

Post  Bampots on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 10:12 am

Just to hammer the nails in....found this old "onlyinamerica"blog on Gamble ......here   http://onlyinamericablogging.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/jim-gamble-judgement-or-agenda-re-up.html?m=1

.The CEOP were active in this case from the very beginning, but before scrutinising that involvement, let me post a few relevant words, the rest of it being puff, from a Mirror article dated October 2007.

Cop hunts down net pervs
By Ros Wynne-Jones

EXCLUSIVE COP WHO HUNTS DOWN THE INTERNET PERVERTS PREYING ON KIDS

......And as head of the CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre, missing Madeleine McCann is inevitably never far from his mind.

"We absolutely support the McCann family," he says, sitting in his glass-walled office in Pimlico, Central London.

"They are to be applauded for their tireless work to keep the campaign to find their daughter in the public consciousness. It is a case for every parent of 'There but by the grace of God, go I'." Mirror 7th October 2007

"We absolutely support the McCann family, they are to be applauded for their tireless work to keep the campaign to find their daughter in the public consciousness."

Well, there's no ambiguity in that statement, crystal clear, unequivocal support from, and I shall not use the CEOP acronym here, lets call it as it is, because to do otherwise would be somewhat diversionary; unequivocal support from Jim Gamble.

So what is his and to that matter INEQEs game?
Back to the Karshardikans or whatever they are called...in the studio!!!

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Re: Jim Gamble / CEOPS Newsnight

Post  Andrew on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 10:33 am

I've not read that particular blog before so thanks for posting.

The whole mystery with Gamble and his involvement is utterly bizarre to say the least.

Did he use the McCanns (Madeleine) for his own personal agenda and interests. Self-promotion and publicity and all that. But once he was in too deep there was no turning back or is there a lot more to it (him) than meets the eye....

A very strange and weird character anyway.
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Post  Andrew on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 10:34 am

https://twitter.com/JimGamble_INEQE/with_replies

If you ever want to see what he's currently up to.
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Post  Bampots on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 10:40 am

Sweet idea Andrew....just for his own publicity!! I think Mr Gamble is very secure with his sense of where he thinks he sits in this great country. He uses publicity when he wants it ......usually to promote the protecting kids part of his agenda......much less keen on the training of dubious police forces. Whatever the reason he backs(vociferously)the McCanns ........publicity is the last thing it is!

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Post  unreorganised on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 10:53 am

Personally I was never entirely satisfied with the resolution (was there one?) of the Wayback fiasco.
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Post  Andrew on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 10:58 am

Gamble and his interests are all about the 'bad people out there that are after your kids'.

That's how he makes a living and has done for a long period of time. 'Your children need protecting and we can help. Pay us some money and we can show you how to keep them safe from all the outside dangers'

Madeleine (and the nasty abductor) was the perfect stepping stone for him. And he probably couldn't give a toss whether the parents were complicit or not as long as it helped him and his agenda. Which it did.

There's no doubt that he had an interest to promote the child abduction theory and remain in that camp rather than be on the other side of the fence and question the suspicious parents.

Personally, I can't stand the guy.
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Post  Andrew on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 11:01 am

unreorganised wrote:Personally I was never entirely satisfied with the resolution (was there one?) of the Wayback fiasco.  

I don't think there was a resolution was there. I forgot about all that wayback stuff.

Didn't know what to make of it at the time and still don't know now in all fairness.
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More gibberish from Jim Gamble...?

Post  Rosa canina on Wed 12 Oct 2016, 12:15 pm

http://www.ulsterbusiness.com/articles/2013/02/12/safe-and-secure

"For us it is about the credibility of providing risk management products that bring with them the best experience and the best people but actually integrate that with social media to make that relevant and credible today. We then distil that into learning products that are accredited; products that leave you feeling better empowered to manage risk," said Gamble.

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The Aquila-stealer ex-Peeler...?

Post  Rosa canina on Mon 19 Dec 2016, 5:44 am

Assorted Jujitsu Jim-isms and gems from the INEQE website :

First up, an unfortunately-formatted web photo caption for the bravely named ISAS Academy :



This 'Glimpse' business - it was Child Sexual Abuse once before - sounds a little seedy to me :



Might be a language thing, but to me the word glimpse has an element of the  forbidden fruit to it...


Have a look at Uncle Jim's dreams of citizen volunteers of good character - special digital constables! -

- pretending to be 'jessica13'...dear God almighty :


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A den of INEQUity...?

Post  Rosa canina on Mon 19 Dec 2016, 7:00 am

Check out this iceberg-inspired image on INEQE's website :



Looks to me like INEQE G R O U P place themselves at the bottom of the Dark Web -

- nestled in between Indecent images of children and Private Communications...

Shurely shome mishtake...?

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Post  Andrew on Mon 19 Dec 2016, 2:38 pm

I wondered where you got that from and whether it was genuine or someone mocked it up.

It's genuine as just had a look on the below link:

https://ineqe.com/blog/

Gamble talking about the 'dark web'.

I should imagine he spends a lot of time on there doing his 'research'.

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Speak, and you shall find...?

Post  Rosa canina on Mon 19 Dec 2016, 6:38 pm

Next year's Glimpse-fest :


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Post  Andrew on Sat 04 Mar 2017, 10:33 pm

http://www.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk/predators-infiltrate-positions-trust-hosted-jim-gamble-ineqe-group/?utm_content=buffer7aa30&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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Building contemporary knowledge for all safeguarding professionals and volunteers, the event examines how predators infiltrate positions of trust in order to gain access to vulnerable children and hide in public view.

As part of Virtual College’s developing relationship with Jim Gamble and Ineqe Group, you can take advantage of a special 20% discount by quoting the code below.

The event will take place at 4 venues throughout the UK:

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Six specialist speakers have been signed up for the event – see below for more information about each of the speakers and the topics they will cover.

Attendees will achieve a heightened awareness and understanding of:

A survivor’s experience
Policy, practice and risk management
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Criminal justice versus safeguarding outcomes
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Potential attendees are advised that the event uses clips of real perpetrators speaking about their experiences of abusing children and individuals may find this upsetting.

With limited availability, you are advised to book now to confirm your place quoting code VC001* to secure your special 20% discount.

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Event speakers:

Karen Leach – A Dream Destroyed and Lives Shattered
Karen-Leach

A qualified Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Family Systems Therapist and Choice Theory Facilitator. As a child Karen was a talented swimmer with Olympic aspirations who suffered devastating abuse at the hands of her coach. Since the publication of her story in the book Deep Deception Karen has been speaking out and advocating on behalf of children and young people. She is working to create a greater level of awareness and to encourage safer spaces for children and young people in sport.

Between the age of 10 and 17 Karen spent endless hours in the swimming pool. She was recognised as a talented national and international swimmer with strong aspirations and a realistic chance of representing her country at the Olympic Games. During those seven years Karen was routinely abused by her coach. Karen will share her story. Beginning with the 10 year old girl who dreamt of Olympic stardom, through the nightmare years of grooming, control and abuse to the years of anguish and pain for her and her family.


Tom Simmons QPM – Keeping Children Safer in Sport & Other Youth Activities
Tom-Simmons

A former Senior Detective in the MPS, NCS, SOCA and CEOP, Tom specialised in complex child abuse investigations, including offences facilitated by technology. During his service in CEOP’s Behavioural Analysis Unit (BAU) he focused on offenders, their behaviour and triggers for abuse. He has acted as a child safeguarding officer for a sports organisation, has reviewed a number of child safeguarding investigations and conducted independent suitability and risk assessments. He is an American Polygraph Association certified polygraph examiner having trained at the College of Policing at Bramshill. Tom’s distinguished service as a detective was recognised by the Queen in 2013 when he was awarded the QPM.

Tom will highlight the proactive and reactive responses to Child Safeguarding within youth organisations outlining the issues and challenges practitioners & volunteers in this field face. He will provide an insight on decision making, risk assessment and information sharing and discuss approaches to internal Investigations.


Hugh Davies OBE QC – Vetting, Aftercare and Critical Review
Hugh Davies

A leading QC, Hugh is considered by many to be the UK’s foremost child protection and safeguarding legal advocate. He has extensive experience in professional conduct investigations and internal disciplinary proceedings and until December 2015 was part of the legal team for the Independent Child Abuse Inquiry. He has carried out a number of independent reviews and is the Head of the Bar Human Rights Committee Child Rights Unit.

Hugh will address delegates on issues related to safer recruitment including disclosure and barring, reference checking and the professional curiosity that can deliver greater reassurance in post-employment conduct. In doing so he will reflect on the lessons learnt from the Southbank International School Independent Review arising from the criminal conduct of Teacher William Vahey. In particular, he will consider the missed opportunities, impediments to early intervention and the importance of credibly testing that policy is reflected in practice.


Jim Gamble QPM – Leadership in Safeguarding: Reflection on Reviews
Jim Gamble

A former Chief police officer and founding Chief Executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre. Jim is currently the CEO of the INEQE group of specialist safeguarding companies and the Independent chair of the City and Hackney safeguarding children Board; the first in the UK to be judged outstanding by Ofsted. A strong advocate of a child centric and contextualised approach to safeguarding the young and vulnerable, he is unequivocal in his commitment to professional curiosity and challenge.

Jim will reflect on the importance of a culture of strong visible leadership that goes beyond mere rhetoric and the need for national and local government and those leading critical reviews to practice what they preach. He will use a number of recent case reviews to focus on key issues including the FC (Foster Carer) Serious Case review and the recently published Safeguarding Children Review of a major NHS trust.


Sean O’Neill, Chief Reporter, The Times – The Role of the Media; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Sean-O'Neill

Sean is Chief Reporter of The Times and the former Crime & Security Editor of the newspaper. During his twelve years at the paper he has covered numerous major events involving child sex abuse including the aftermath of the Savile expose, Operation YewTree and Operation Midland and the challenges faced by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. He has also written about terrorism, policing, major crimes and the politics of the criminal justice system. He is co-author of ‘The Suicide Factory: Abu Hamza and the Finsbury Park Mosque’.

Sean will reflect on the role of the media when reporting highly sensitive and potentially sensational stories linked to child sex abuse. He will focus on the challenges and restrictions reporters face, consider the criticism levelled at some media outlets and highlight the positive role investigative journalism has played in bringing critical issues linked to celebrity and institutional based abuse as well as CSE to light.


Dr Graham Hill – Offenders who Occupy Positions of Trust
Graham-Hill

Graham is a Consultant Criminologist, former senior police officer and experienced SIO. He was the founding Head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre’s Behavioural Analysis Unit (BAU) and has been an advisor, behavioural analyst or SIO on some of the UK’s most notorious child abuse/murder investigations. His research interests include the behaviour of male and female child sex offenders, interviewing child sex offenders and non-familial child abduction/murder. His work focuses on how research can inform and enhance investigative practice.

Dr Hill will provide an insight into offending behaviour and how predators use their positions of trust to facilitate their sexual abuse of children. He will reflect on the tactics they employ and will explain the importance of considering the 6 steps to understanding child sex offenders. Graham will place this theory in context by using videos of interviews conducted with convicted predators.
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Post  Andrew on Mon 13 Mar 2017, 2:28 pm

I thought we had this 2010 article on here, but a quick skim of this thread I couldn't see it:

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/211306/Child-protection-chief-in-TV-probe

Child protection chief in TV probe

The outgoing chief of Britain's child protection agency and the host of US TV show America's Most Wanted posed as paedophiles to investigate the sex trafficking of Cambodian youngsters.

PUBLISHED: 03:32, Sat, Nov 13, 2010

Jim Gamble, ex-chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop), and John Walsh said they were shocked when they went into a Cambodian bar where there were 50 to 60 girls.

Mr Walsh said: "Within two minutes a madam came up to us and said, 'What are you looking for?' and Mr Gamble said: 'We're looking for young girls.' She brought over three or four girls that were (about) 12 or 13 years old - very, very young."

Mr Gamble told her they wanted younger girls, Mr Walsh said. He said the woman replied: "What do you want? We have six and seven-year-old boys and girls. I can arrange that off premises."

Mr Walsh said the experience was "disgusting and heartbreaking".

He said Western paedophiles from the US, Britain and Germany travelled east to Cambodia as international sex tourists.

He said his show chose Cambodia because it is cheap to buy a sex slave there.

"I saw many Western men that had come there not to go to the Buddhist temples, not to come there to look at the beaches, not to do anything at all but to molest and have sex with children. It's wrong, it's illegal and it has to change," Mr Walsh said.

He said the episode would be a "tough show to watch, but it is important to expose the reality that children are sexually assaulted by predators.

Senior police officer Mr Gamble, the former head of Northern Ireland's anti-terror unit, resigned from Ceop in October over the Government's decision to make it part of the National Crime Agency.
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