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Increase of Rape and Sexual Assault by Teenagers

The number of children and teenagers affected by rape and sexual abuse has rocketed by more than 40% in the past three years.
Many traumatised victims are being forced to wait up to a year for vital therapy as already “inadequate services” are declining further.

And disturbingly, children under 12 are showing signs of sexualised behaviour.

In its annual report charity Children At Risk In Ireland revealed the number of youngsters calling to report rape and sexual abuse has rocketed since 2012.

Chief Mary Flaherty said: “These figures steadily increased in 2013 and now, by the end of 2014, worryingly show an overall 43% increase over the three years.

“Again, many of the calls were in relation to rape and sexual assault of teenagers, where the alleged perpetrators were also teenagers.

“While part of this increase is due to how CARI records such reports, the underlying trend is undeniable.

“A significant proportion of referrals to CARI in recent years are for such behaviours in the under-12 age group.

“A treatment programme for sexualised behaviour in young children is urgently needed.”

The CARI report, which will be launched this morning by former health minister Dr James Reilly, also revealed many victims are being forced to wait up to a year for therapy due to funding cuts.

It has led to an 18% drop in therapy hours provided by CARI between 2012 and 2013, with a further 13% fall between 2013 and 2014.

Ms Flaherty said: “As a result, we had waiting lists in both Dublin and Limerick.

“It is unacceptable that children who have been abused can be waiting up to 12 months due to the cutbacks.

“We had ongoing restructuring which has led to long waiting lists.

“Too many children are being left, even when abuse has been confirmed.

“It’s very, very poor that there isn’t a State service to pick up the slack.

“There are over 3,000 allegations of sexual abuse to teenagers received by Tusla every year.

“If even half are confirmed, and probably more, it is unacceptable that there are not any services for them to deal with it. It is a minimum in any civilised society the relevant services are in place.”

Blaming the “hyper sexualisation” of society, Ms Flaherty warned the consequences of this and children accessing online pornography are causing “normalised sexualised extremes” leading to abuse.

She added: “CARI recommends an intervention/prevention approach in dealing with these issues including the implementation of a national education programme for teachers and parents.”

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Children at Risk in Ireland (CARI) believe access to hardcore pornography online, in addition to general “hyper sexualisation” in the media, is contributing to the rise.
It said teenage victims were being “further traumatised” with their assaults being viewed and discussed by peers on social media.
And it said that abused children can wait up to 12 months for therapy because of ongoing funding cuts.
CARI said it noticed a marked increase in calls to its national helpline in relation to rape and sexual assault in 2012. It also found that, in many of the cases, the victim and alleged perpetrator were teenagers.
It said the number rose in 2013 and that by the end of 2014, the figures “worryingly show an overall 43% increase over the three years”.
It said that while some of the increase was due to how CARI now recorded such reports, the “underlying trend is undeniable”.
Speaking ahead of the publication of CARI’s 2013/2014 annual report today, CEO Mary Flaherty said: “The increase is very significant and is a marked shift and we believe that access to pornography and the unrealistic expectations involved with that are contributing, along with general hyper-sexualisation in the media and video games.
“What is particularly disturbing is that the teenagers report being further traumatised by the fact that these assaults were viewed and discussed by their peers on social media sites, which often led to the isolation and bullying of the victims.”
Ms Flaherty said this was a “frightening situation, for young women in particular”. She said CARI recommended an intervention and prevention approach, which should include the implementation of a national education programme for teachers and parents.
She added: “A treatment programme for sexualised behaviour in young children is urgently needed. A significant proportion of referrals to CARI in recent years are for such behaviours is the under-12 age group.”
The CARI report said that, due to funding cuts and staff and structural changes, there had been a 29% reduction in therapy hours in the last three years. It said this had resulted in waiting lists in Dublin and Limerick, where CARI operate full-time centres.
The report said it was “unacceptable” that children who have been abused can be forced to wait up to 12 months for therapy due to cutbacks.
Helpline: 1890 92 45 67; www.cari.ie

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