A man who encouraged young girls to send him naked pictures has been described by a judge as "every parent's nightmare". Josh Boynton-Eckles, 24, from Hull, used social media apps to target more than 80 girls all over the world and sent them naked pictures of himself. Police, who described him as "predatory sex offender", found 85 indecent images of girls on his mobile phone. Hull Crown Court was told the offences took place in July and August when Boynton-Eckles made contact with a number of teenage girls and engaged them in inappropriate sexual chats. Read more stories form across Hull and East Yorkshire. As well as sending naked images of himself, he asked them to send naked ones in return, despite knowing their ages.
Degrassi Talks - Wikipedia
A teenager at a Northern Territory youth detention centre who had attempted self-harm was left naked for almost 11 hours because of a failure to provide adequate clothing. The incident is one of several cases where the Office of the Children's Commissioner has found breaches of the Northern Territory Government's own regulations for managing juvenile detainees who are deemed at risk because they could harm themselves, be harmed by others or have a potentially harmful medical condition. The commissioner investigated several cases involving the management of young people deemed at risk in youth detention centres in Alice Springs and Darwin between December and September The report found the approach to managing at-risk juveniles was "reactive" and the priority of isolating them in designated cells often led to more self-harm attempts. It found numerous breaches of the Government's relevant manual, regulations and procedures for managing at-risk juveniles, as well as breaches of United Nations rules on the treatment of children in detention. It also said there were systemic failings and problems, some of which left detainees believing they were being punished for mental health issues and left detention officers feeling helpless. The Northern Territory Government said it has accepted all of the Children's Commissioner's 21 recommendations.
Degrassi Talks is a Canadian television series which aired in While each episode is hosted by one actor in particular, other actors participated as interviewers and interviewees. Topics included drug abuse , alcohol abuse , sexual and physical abuse , gay rights , depression , and teenage pregnancy.
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