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Not just North Punjabi/Mirpuri Pakistani types in the UK, presumably the below article refers mainly to white males

 

Samaritans volunteers met vulnerable callers for sex

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-58057031

By Jennifer Meierhans
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Samaritans says it has introduced new safeguarding measures after volunteers met vulnerable callers for sex.

The charity, which offers a helpline to people in distress, will reportedly monitor calls in future to prevent inappropriate relationships.

The Telegraph found incidents of middle-aged men using their position to meet up with female callers for sex.

The charity told the BBC it did not dispute that a "very small number of safeguarding incidents" had occurred.

Samaritans chief executive Julie Bentley said the "extremely rare" incidents had been identified and that swift and appropriate action had been taken.

According to the Telegraph, a memo to volunteers said 44 serious incidents had occurred since 2017.

Ms Bentley said Samaritans' 20,000 volunteers provided vital emotional support to anyone who is struggling, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Volunteers on the charity's telephone service have answered more than 13 million calls in the four years from January 2017, she said.

'Robust investigation'

"Running any national service on this scale means that, on extremely rare occasions, high standards are not always met and from the millions of calls answered, a very small number of safeguarding incidents were identified," said Ms Bentley.

"Our robust investigation procedures meant these incidents were handled swiftly and appropriate action taken.

"Any safeguarding matter is one too many and as such we review our practices on an ongoing basis and have introduced further measures as part of our commitment to delivering a consistently high-quality experience for our callers."

Incidents are investigated by the charity's Serious Safeguarding Panel and are reported to the Charity Commission, Samaritans said.

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authorities are not keeping these vulnerable women and children safe often turning blind eye and sometimes even participating in the abuse. Its high time we set up our own organisations and take justi

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On 8/2/2021 at 4:23 AM, Premi5 said:

Not just North Punjabi/Mirpuri Pakistani types in the UK, presumably the below article refers mainly to white males

 

Samaritans volunteers met vulnerable callers for sex

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-58057031

By Jennifer Meierhans
BBC News

Published
50 minutes ago
Share
Samaritans logoIMAGE SOURCEGETTY IMAGES

Samaritans says it has introduced new safeguarding measures after volunteers met vulnerable callers for sex.

The charity, which offers a helpline to people in distress, will reportedly monitor calls in future to prevent inappropriate relationships.

The Telegraph found incidents of middle-aged men using their position to meet up with female callers for sex.

The charity told the BBC it did not dispute that a "very small number of safeguarding incidents" had occurred.

Samaritans chief executive Julie Bentley said the "extremely rare" incidents had been identified and that swift and appropriate action had been taken.

According to the Telegraph, a memo to volunteers said 44 serious incidents had occurred since 2017.

Ms Bentley said Samaritans' 20,000 volunteers provided vital emotional support to anyone who is struggling, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Volunteers on the charity's telephone service have answered more than 13 million calls in the four years from January 2017, she said.

'Robust investigation'

"Running any national service on this scale means that, on extremely rare occasions, high standards are not always met and from the millions of calls answered, a very small number of safeguarding incidents were identified," said Ms Bentley.

"Our robust investigation procedures meant these incidents were handled swiftly and appropriate action taken.

"Any safeguarding matter is one too many and as such we review our practices on an ongoing basis and have introduced further measures as part of our commitment to delivering a consistently high-quality experience for our callers."

Incidents are investigated by the charity's Serious Safeguarding Panel and are reported to the Charity Commission, Samaritans said.

They only felt safe doing that if their superiors demonstrated it. 

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Rape culture is synonymous with so called western culture. It's a huge problem anywhere women are vulnerable and disenfranchised. It happens in our work places with alarming regulaity and our military has a huge problem with our male soldiers raping and sexually harassing female soldiers and if these females report they are retaliated against as the SARC office is run by the rapists friends. When polled? Number one fear of female soldiers going on deployment? Being raped by our own guys. Not the enemy. Not dying. Not seeing death or killing people. Getting raped by their brothers. 

It's basically synonymous with white men in power. Police. All sorts. 

Just ask a prostitute how many times they've been raped by a cop. 

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2 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Rape culture is synonymous with so called western culture. It's a huge problem anywhere women are vulnerable and disenfranchised. It happens in our work places with alarming regulaity and our military has a huge problem with our male soldiers raping and sexually harassing female soldiers and if these females report they are retaliated against as the SARC office is run by the rapists friends. When polled? Number one fear of female soldiers going on deployment? Being raped by our own guys. Not the enemy. Not dying. Not seeing death or killing people. Getting raped by their brothers. 

It's basically synonymous with white men in power. Police. All sorts. 

Just ask a prostitute how many times they've been raped by a cop. 

rape culture is synonmous with unequal access to legal protection and services, justice  for females /children  it is a world wide phenomenon . the armed services especially the navy are notorious for sexually exploiting and assaulting females serving or civilians manning bases.

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2 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

rape culture is synonmous with unequal access to legal protection and services, justice  for females /children  it is a world wide phenomenon . the armed services especially the navy are notorious for sexually exploiting and assaulting females serving or civilians manning bases.

It's part of the cult as per this disclosure. Not sure which part talks about rape specifically but you can check the script before watching. Here's part 1:

 

 

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7 hours ago, justasking said:

authorities are not keeping these vulnerable women and children safe often turning blind eye and sometimes even participating in the abuse. Its high time we set up our own organisations and take justice in our own hands. who cares if some of us go to prison if we are organized properly we can support brothers and sisters who get locked up for doing the right thing

okay...well that's quite a major thing! 

A lot of us cannot afford to get criminal records

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20 hours ago, Suchi said:

It's part of the cult as per this disclosure. Not sure which part talks about rape specifically but you can check the script before watching. Here's part 1:

 

 

so the rapes going on in India are done by illuminati ? GTF outta here

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20 hours ago, Suchi said:

It's part of the cult as per this disclosure. Not sure which part talks about rape specifically but you can check the script before watching. Here's part 1:

 

 

so the rapes going on in India are done by illuminati ? GTF outta here

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https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/19632010.grooming-gang-member-wins-shorter-sentence/

 

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Grooming gang member wins shorter sentence

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A grooming gang member who plied an Oxford schoolgirl with cannabis and booze during a ‘campaign of rape’ has had three years wiped from his 24 year jail sentence.

Predator Naim Khan, 43, was given the two-and-a-half decade term last year after jurors at Oxford Crown Court found him guilty of rape, indecent assault and supplying cannabis to his victim.

Together with other men, he was said to have treated the girl - who was in her early teens when the abuse was carried out between 1999 and 2001 - as a ‘commodity’. He had waited for her at the school gates, gave her alcohol and drugs and pimped her to others.

Lawyers for the former east Oxford man took the case to the Court of Appeal, saying the sentencing judge had only paid ‘lip service’ to the fact Khan had been jailed for six years in 2016 for grooming other girls. By imposing a 24 year term in 2020 it meant Khan was in effect jailed for 30 years, which was said to be manifestly excessive.

Lord Justice Bean told goateed Khan, who watched the hearing via prison video link, that there was ‘force’ in the argument put forward by brief Tracy Ayling QC.

 

“Khan’s offending, although very serious, would not have attracted a total sentence as long as 30 years had all the matters been dealt with at the same time. We think that the total sentence, which would have been imposed in that event would have been of the order of 27 years,” he said.

The panel of three appeal judges reduced the sentence imposed in 2020 from 24 years to 21 years.

A co-defendant, Mohammed Nazir, 46, was refused permission to appeal his 20 year sentence for rape, indecent assault and cannabis supply.

In 2020, Nazir, of Wood Farm Road, was found by the jury to have repeatedly sexually assaulted the girl - although he was not a member of Khan’s grooming gang, it was said.

On one occasion he took her to a house in Marston and made her have sex with a ‘friend’ of his who had travelled down from Birmingham. She was subjected to another group assault at the Marston property.

In a victim personal statement, read to the court by Lord Justice Bean, the woman said the abuse she suffered in her early teens had ruined any chance she’d had to live a normal life. She had suffered from anxiety and depression, falling into drug use and committing petty crimes to fund her addiction.

“These men have destroyed my life,” she said.

Lawyers for Nazir claimed sentencing judge Peter Ross was wrong to conclude the victim was particularly vulnerable or there had been a significant degree of planning or ‘commercial exploitation’ of the girl. The judge had not taken account of the fact he had no relevant convictions, his age at the time and the fact Khan’s offending was more serious, it was argued.

Those arguments were rejected by the Court of Appeal. Turning down the renewed application for permission to appeal, Lord Justice Bean noted the sentencing guidelines suggested sentences of 20 years or more may be appropriate for cases involving a ‘campaign of rape’. Judge Peter Ross, who heard the evidence during the trial, was ‘fully entitled’ to put the case into the highest category on the sentencing guidelines.

Lord Justice Bean said: “In short, this was a case of a number of very serious sexual offences against a girl who was only a little over the age of 13, below which even more serious offences of rape of a child under 13 would have been committed - who was vulnerable, who was exploited by a gang and who was pimped.

“In those circumstances...we can see no arguable ground for finding that the sentence of 20 years’ imprisonment imposed by Judge Ross was in any way excessive.”

 
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On 8/4/2021 at 4:10 PM, GurjantGnostic said:

Rape culture is synonymous with so called western culture. It's a huge problem anywhere women are vulnerable and disenfranchised. It happens in our work places with alarming regulaity and our military has a huge problem with our male soldiers raping and sexually harassing female soldiers and if these females report they are retaliated against as the SARC office is run by the rapists friends. When polled? Number one fear of female soldiers going on deployment? Being raped by our own guys.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10212937/Soldier-27-raped-sleeping-woman-Army-barracks-jailed-five-years.html

Soldier, 27, who raped a sleeping woman in his Army barracks after meeting her in a nightclub is jailed for five years

  • Aidan Hackett, 27, met the woman in a club and took her to his Bicester barracks 
  • She told him she didn't want sex but woke up to find he had removed her clothes
  • Hackett, of Leeds, West Yorkshire, pleaded guilty to rape at Oxford Crown Court
  • He was jailed for over five years and will be on the Sex Offenders' Register for life

By STEWART CARR FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 16:34, 17 November 2021 | UPDATED: 16:38, 17 November 2021

A soldier has been jailed for over five years after taking a woman back to his barracks and raping her while she slept. 

Lance Corporal Aidan Hackett, 27, met the woman in a nightclub in Oxford in June 2019 and they travelled in a taxi back to his room at St David's Barracks in Bicester, Oxfordshire.

The victim, also aged in her twenties, told Hackett she did not want to have sex but just listen to music together.

She fell asleep and awoke to find her clothes had been removed by Hackett. 

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Family doctor, 45, who bombarded female colleague with 215 'sexually motivated' WhatsApp messages while her husband was away on business is suspended from job for six months

  • Dr Mazhar Khan, from Langley, sent 'sexually motivated' messages to colleague
  • Previously suspended for cuddling patient and rubbing himself against her
  • Found guilty of sexually motivated misconduct and suspended for six months

By BHVISHYA PATEL FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 16:16, 17 November 2021 | UPDATED: 16:39, 17 November 2021

 

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A GP who sent 'sexually motivated' WhatsApp messages to a colleague has been suspended for six months.

Dr Mazhar Khan, 45, bombarded the female colleague, known only as Mrs A, with 215 flirtatious messages whilst her husband of two months was away on business in 2019.

The messages included the disgraced doctor, who began working at Chapel Medical Centre in Slough in 2018, telling his colleague she was 'stunning' and 'drop dead gorgeous', while another read: 'Dreamt about you last night.'

He maintained he did not want or foresee, a sexual relationship with Mrs A but confessed: 'I admit it should have stopped much earlier. I was very pushy. Perhaps I hoped one day she would like me.' 

The hearing was told in 2014, Khan was suspended from practise for 12 months after he obtained a patient's mobile phone number from surgery records and arranged to meet at her home whilst he was working at Danes Camp Medical Centre in Northampton.

During the encounter in 2012 he bought alcohol for the woman, kissed and touched her body and rubbed himself against her as she sat on a couch. 

He was allowed back to unrestricted practise the following year after telling how he had delivered a lecture to senior doctors about maintaining professional boundaries.

The GP's lawyer Charles Foster said: 'Whilst Dr Khan accepts the gravity of his misconduct, the Tribunal should look at the bigger picture. While it may be concerned by the previous misconduct that involved a very different set of circumstances, including sexual contact with a patient.

'This was jokey, romantic and sexualised messaging to a colleague. Mrs A came across as a poised professional who had the confidence to respond to Dr Khan's advances.'

MPTS chairman Mike Hayward said: 'Whilst the Tribunal accepted there is a risk of repetition, it considered that risk could be managed once Dr Khan has had the opportunity to demonstrate further insight into his sexual misconduct and remediate his behaviour.' 

Khan is expected to return to work again pending a review next year. The General Medicial Council had called for Khan to be struck off. 

 
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18 hours ago, Premi5 said:

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10213017/Family-doctor-bombarded-colleague-WhatsApp-messages-suspended-six-months.html

Family doctor, 45, who bombarded female colleague with 215 'sexually motivated' WhatsApp messages while her husband was away on business is suspended from job for six months

  • Dr Mazhar Khan, from Langley, sent 'sexually motivated' messages to colleague
  • Previously suspended for cuddling patient and rubbing himself against her
  • Found guilty of sexually motivated misconduct and suspended for six months

By BHVISHYA PATEL FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 16:16, 17 November 2021 | UPDATED: 16:39, 17 November 2021

 

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A GP who sent 'sexually motivated' WhatsApp messages to a colleague has been suspended for six months.

Dr Mazhar Khan, 45, bombarded the female colleague, known only as Mrs A, with 215 flirtatious messages whilst her husband of two months was away on business in 2019.

The messages included the disgraced doctor, who began working at Chapel Medical Centre in Slough in 2018, telling his colleague she was 'stunning' and 'drop dead gorgeous', while another read: 'Dreamt about you last night.'

He maintained he did not want or foresee, a sexual relationship with Mrs A but confessed: 'I admit it should have stopped much earlier. I was very pushy. Perhaps I hoped one day she would like me.' 

The hearing was told in 2014, Khan was suspended from practise for 12 months after he obtained a patient's mobile phone number from surgery records and arranged to meet at her home whilst he was working at Danes Camp Medical Centre in Northampton.

During the encounter in 2012 he bought alcohol for the woman, kissed and touched her body and rubbed himself against her as she sat on a couch. 

He was allowed back to unrestricted practise the following year after telling how he had delivered a lecture to senior doctors about maintaining professional boundaries.

The GP's lawyer Charles Foster said: 'Whilst Dr Khan accepts the gravity of his misconduct, the Tribunal should look at the bigger picture. While it may be concerned by the previous misconduct that involved a very different set of circumstances, including sexual contact with a patient.

'This was jokey, romantic and sexualised messaging to a colleague. Mrs A came across as a poised professional who had the confidence to respond to Dr Khan's advances.'

MPTS chairman Mike Hayward said: 'Whilst the Tribunal accepted there is a risk of repetition, it considered that risk could be managed once Dr Khan has had the opportunity to demonstrate further insight into his sexual misconduct and remediate his behaviour.' 

Khan is expected to return to work again pending a review next year. The General Medicial Council had called for Khan to be struck off. 

 
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Well...at least he wasn't an anesthesiologist?

I hope they pull that guys card. Nobody needs that. 

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