NSPCC warns against blanket anonymity in child abuse cases

Children and Young People Now reports that the NSPCC is warning against moves to offer blanket anonymity to suspected child abusers, for fear this could hinder successful prosecutions. Instead, the charity advises considering each case on an individual basis, with suspects being named if it is in the public interest to do so.
Source: Children& Young People Now 02 October 2014

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