(PRWEB UK) 4 February 2013
According to the BBC news report dated 4th Feb 2013 and research carried out by a child protection watchdog suggests children are increasingly being groomed over the internet for the purpose of online sex abuse. The organisation said that parents need to talk to their children about safety online. Figures show that 1,145 reports to Ceop in 2012 relate to incidents of online grooming.
The report goes on to say that victims are tricked by the abusers by pretending to be someone the child already knows and then con them into giving their password before threatening them into engaging in sexual activates with them. More needs to be done to protect children on line before they become a victim of abuse.
Private Detective in London offer parental monitoring that can be downloaded onto a child’ computer which will report all the activity that has happened on their child’s computer such as: incoming and outgoing email and social network messages, times the child has logged on and off of the computer, websites visited and key strokes typed, among other services. This software can be monitored by the parent with daily reports.
A spokesperson from Private Detective in London said:
“Parental computer monitoring software will keep the parent informed about the child’s online activity including the times they are logged in. This can help prevent anything untoward happening on line and it will show if your child is on the computer when they should be asleep.”
Private Detective in London has a pool of skilled and highly trained private detectives and private investigators in the UK and abroad. This nationwide company includes their long associated business partners Private Detective in Manchester who can supply investigation services in and around the London area.