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Sara Thornton, chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council, told the Home Affairs Committee flat cash settlements offered by the Government had left forces having to “absorb inflation and pay rises” and make cuts accordingly.
Dee Collins, the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police, said she was seeing additional problems in attracting new officers potentially put off the career by the mounting challenges.
“We don't know just how big the problem is or how many children are affected,” the NSPCC warned at the time.
“This data only tells us how many images have been found, or how many offenders have been caught.” Campaigners described the images as a “visual record of the sexual abuse of a child” – abuse that is repeated every time they are viewed and causes lasting trauma.
"I think if people are in denial that they've got a problem, then we need to be really careful that treatment might not work, but I think the broader issue that's being raised is this is a massive challenge that goes far beyond policing.” Research by the NSPCC last year found that around half a million men in the UK may have viewed child sexual abuse images online, calling for the issue to be addressed as a “social emergency”.
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Tuesday’s hearing came a week after the Metropolitan Police announced new guidelines telling officers to stop investigating some “low-level crimes” as it works to make savings of £400m by 2020.
Police officer numbers are down to the lowest level since 1985 and the Government is investing £175m in the Police Transformation Fund this year to “help forces become more productive and manage pressures”.
“There is a really big discussion to have in society about how we deal with this that is much more than law enforcement.
“Of course it makes us all feel deeply uncomfortable to think that people who have that involvement in those activities should in any shape or form escape punishment, but the scale of it is just absolutely huge.” When asked about controversial proposals to give convicted paedophiles who view images online compulsory counselling and rehabilitation programmes, rather than prison sentences, he said “prosecution is not the answer on its own”.