(WARWICKSHIRE, U.K.) Warwick Court Report: A man was sentenced on (Thursday 11 March) after previously pleading guilty to engaging in sexual communication with a child, causing a child to look at an image of sexual activity and causing a girl to engage in sexual activity #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.13: When the girl’s teacher became suspicious the police were informed and Clarke was arrested in January 2020 after he was identified through phone records: Despite knowing her age they started to exchange explicit photos: Clarke was also given a sex offence prevention order and ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register:

Warwick man jailed for grooming 14-year-old girl: ‘A man who groomed a teenage girl has been jailed for 20 months: Jason William Clarke, aged 47, of Webb Drive, Warwick started chatting to the 14-year-old online in 2019’

Detective Constable Claire Scott from Warwickshire Police CID said: “Clarke showed typical behaviours associated with grooming. He made his victim feel special to the point where she believed they were in love; in fact he was just grooming her for his own sexual gratification: “ His actions continue to have a huge impact on his victim who has shown great bravery in supporting this investigation.”

What is grooming?

Grooming is when someone builds a relationship, trust and emotional connection with someone so they can manipulate, exploit and abuse them.

Spotting the signs of child grooming.

Spotting the signs of a child being groomed can be difficult. They may include:

  • Being secretive, especially around their online activity
  • Having an older boyfriend or girlfriend
  • Having money or new things such as mobile phones or clothes they can’t or won’t account for
  • Drinking or taking drugs
  • Spending more or less time online
  • Being upset, withdrawn or distressed
  • Sexualised behaviour not appropriate for their age
  • Going missing from home.

How to report concern around grooming

  • If someone is in immediate danger dial 999
  • If it is not an emergency call police on 101
  • Visit a police station to speak to an officer in person
  • Contact the NSPCC to speak to a professional practitioner
  • contact the children’s social care team at your local council
  • Make an anonymous report to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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