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PA OPINION

Creating a ‘single front door’

 

Graham Lovell and Clare Fraser, PA defence and security experts, outline why a new approach to online CSEA is needed.
Graham Lovell and Clare Fraser, PA defence and security experts, outline why a new approach to online CSEA is needed.

With a view to further exploring how to enhance the collective response, we spoke to organisations across government, law enforcement, the third sector and industry to identify the challenges and find a path towards better protecting children.

Our research found the national response to online CSEA requires a re-think of the way government, law enforcement, technology companies and third sector organisations collaborate.

A single point of coordination for stakeholders involved in the response to online child exploitation and abuse (CSEA) can help the community share advice, better utilise their specialist capabilities and improve the collective response to the end-to-end threat. 

It’s time for a completely new approach to the way we educate children about online child sexual exploitation and abuse.

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Contact the authors

  • Clare Fraser

    Clare Fraser

    PA defence and security expert

    Clare has over four years’ experience working on transformational change programmes with security clients across government, bringing together skills in business design and capability building to design and embed sustainable change.

    Insights by Clare Fraser
  • Graham Lovell

    Graham Lovell

    PA defence and security expert

    Graham combines an analytical approach with clear communication skills to help solve organisational and technology problems

    Insights by Graham Lovell

Contact the Vulnerabilities team

Nick Newman

Nick Newman

Graham Lovell

Graham Lovell

Clare Fraser

Clare Fraser

Natalia Greene

Natalia Greene

Matt Lindsay

Matt Lindsay

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