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The court heard that Jackson and his victim had exchanged indecent photos of themselves.
The prosecution said Jackson accepted he had been manipulative and believed his actions were "strange and unnatural", but did not think his behaviour was wrong.
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) The ISPCC works with children, parents and other key partners in ensuring the creation of a society in which all children are loved, nurtured and where child abuse is eradicated.
B4U Click SII partner NCTE and the Irish Council for Civil Liberties have jointly developed the “Think B4U Click” resource for the Junior Certificate CSPE curriculum.
Self-harm is not usually an attempt at committing suicide, but a way of expressing deep emotional feelings, such as low self-esteem.
It is also a way to cope with traumatic events or situations, such as the death of a loved one, or an abusive relationship.
Research shows that the most common age group for self-harm is 15-19 year olds, although some children may start to self-harm as young as 11.
The predator, a father of two, was working as a supply teacher in neighbouring West Sussex when he carried out the sex attack in January 2005.A deputy head teacher who groomed a 14-year-old girl for sex after he posed as a schoolboy on an internet chatroom has been jailed for four years.Nigel Jackson, 48, admitted indecently assaulting the teenager in Londonderry a year after he resigned from Seaford Head Community College in East Sussex.Office for Internet Safety The Office for Internet Safety, within the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform, coordinates Internet safety initiatives in Ireland.It is coordinates the "Safer Internet Ireland" project and oversees the procedures employed by the service.
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'Dark cloud' John Farmer, prosecuting, told the court: "This case concerns a mature man who is a dangerous paedophile who initially made contact with a vulnerable girl through the internet chat rooms.