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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.(David Greenwood, Head of the Child Abuse Department, Switalskis Solicitors)Adele Gladman and Angie Heal have taken on a daunting task in writing a book about organised sexual abuse and intimate terrorism, with input from survivors, victims and professionals.Arshid Hussain (left) and Basharat Hussain, who were jailed in February last year for sexually exploiting girls in Rotherham, had appeals against their sentences rejected at the Court of Appeal in Leeds yesterday.It is critical however that the police and CPS get these very complex investigations right.They must be legally sound and stand up to intense scrutiny.The defendants include Amjal Rafiq, 38, Nabeel Kurshid, 34, Iqlak Yousaf, 33, Mohammed Imran Ali Akhtar, 36, Tanweer Ali, 36, Aftab Hussain, 38, Abid Saddiq, 36, Sharaz Hussain, 33, Salah Ahmed El-Hakam, 38, Mohammed Ashan, 33, Masaeud Malik, 33, and Waseem Khaliq, 33.
The result is an extraordinary achievement, full of direct testimony and of real practical use to families, practitioners and managers in sustaining a proactive, community-wide approach to these social evils.
In my view however 35 years in prison is a significant message from the courts that any offending of this type will dealt with in the most robust way possible.“Any appeal hearing can be difficult for victims of crime, but particularly so for victims of child sexual exploitation and especially the young women we have supported throughout Operation Clover.“This latest hearing understandably caused some concern and anxiety, but they are relieved with the outcome from court.
It is entirely understandable that victims and the wider public want justice from these investigations as soon as possible.
We obviously have the support of our extremely professional and victim focused prosecution CPS lawyers and appointed barristers.
They work tirelessly with us to convict offenders.“The trial, presided over by HHJ Judge Wright in Sheffield, allowed the victims to tell their story in their own time and with the correct support under the legal provisions of what we call special measures.