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UK "Kayleigh's Love Story": UK Police release powerful film on dangers of online grooming

Discussion in 'Europe: Crimes & Trials' started by MULDER, Jan 28, 2017.


    MULDER Bronze Member


    Kayleigh's Love Story

    A harrowing film about the murdered teenager Kayleigh Haywood has been released online to raise awareness of the dangers of grooming.

    Kayleigh, 15, was raped and killed by landscape gardener Stephen Beadman in November 2015 after being sent hundreds of messages on social media sites for around two weeks by 28-year-old Luke Harlow.

    The film deals with aspects of the last fortnight of her life and warns parents and children to be vigilant about online safety.

    The five-minute short - called Kayleigh's Love Story - was produced by Leicestershire Police with the support of Kayleigh's parents.

    Warning: Some viewers may find this film distressing

    Last edited: Jan 28, 2017

    MULDER Bronze Member

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    Main Stream Media
    5 January 2017

    'Kayleigh's Love Story' film prompts grooming reports

    Police say that 35 children have come forward to them fearing that they may have been groomed online, following the publication of a film about the life of murdered schoolgirl Kayleigh Haywood.

    The 15-year-old had talked with a man on Facebook for two weeks before she was killed in 2015.

    The five-minute video, made by police with her parent's support, was shown to 35,000 school pupils in September, and was made available online this week.

    The film, called Kayleigh's Love Story, was created to warn of the dangers of grooming and sexual exploitation of children.

    Leicestershire Police said that following screenings in the county's secondary schools, there have been 35 "disclosures" made by children that are currently being investigated.

    Read Full Article: http://www.itv.com/news/2017-01-05/kayleighs-love-story-film-prompts-grooming-reports/
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2017
  4. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Holy cow! :holycow:

    THIRTY FIVE children came forward? We need these shows broadcast world-wide!
  5. Ladyslug

    Ladyslug Bronze Member

    they've been showing this at a lot of secondary schools round the uk.
    I think this is a great way to warn kids and totally should do this world wide
  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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