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CSA: why we must manage vicarious trauma among investigators

The psychological damage the repeat exposure to images of child sexual abuse (CSA) does to investigators makes retaining them for the fight against offenders a problem. And with the technology and funding available to law enforcement failing to keep up with the abusers, morale is at an all-time low.

CSA: why we must manage vicarious trauma among investigators

Date - 3rd April 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
Patrick Horgan is a former Metropolitan Police officer who now works for Griffeye, a technology partner that provides UK forces with software that combs through CSA images. Mr Horgan said CSA investigators were “really trying to make a...
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