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|Prostitution infantile en augmentation sur internet
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|D'après des statistique de la police japonaise menées entre janvier et juin 2004, le nombre de cas de prostitution infantile lié à internet est en augmentation , atteignant le niveau le plus élevé depuis le début des statistiques en 2000.
Plus de 785 ont mené a des arrestation sur la période, 221 des victimes impliquée étaient lycéennes, 182 étaient non pas lycéennes mais collégiennes...
Source : mainichi
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|Dating sites spark surge in child prostitution crimes
The number of child prostitution cases linked to Internet dating sites soared between January and June, with apprehensions climbing to a record high, a police report has shown. ...
By Mainichi Shimbun,
The number of child prostitution cases linked to Internet dating sites soared between January and June, with apprehensions climbing to a record high, a police report has shown.
The report, issued by the National Police Agency on Thursday, also reported a surge in drug apprehensions and a record number of cases involving loan sharks.
During the first six months of the year, police made apprehensions in 371 child prostitution cases involving dating sites, 45 more than during the same period the previous year, and the highest number since records began in 2000. The increase came in spite of a dating site control law that came into force in September last year.
The total number of cases involving apprehension over dating sites reached 785 during the period, four more than a year before. In addition to child prostitution cases were violations of child welfare laws, which doubled those of the previous year to reach 60 cases.
Between January and June the number of young people who fell victim to crimes reached 625 -- 65 percent of who were between elementary school and high school age. A total of 221 were high school girls, while 182 victims were girls from junior high schools.
Included in those apprehended for the crimes were five men who sought girls through a dating site in January and promised to pay two high school girls 30,000 yen for sexual favors. Another female student posted a message on a dating site saying, "I want someone to buy me for 50,000 yen."
Under the dating site control law, which came into force on Sept. 13, 2003, users of dating sites can be prosecuted if they ask to meet with a minor to engage in sexual activity, indicating a price. The law also prohibits girls under the age of 18 from offering to participate in prostitution on such sites. In the 15 violations of this law during the first half of the year, two involved girls soliciting prostitution.
In other police statistics collected for the first half of the year, record apprehensions were made in cases involving loan sharks, violations of international property rights, and waste disposal.
The number of people apprehended over cannabis and other mind-altering drugs was the highest in 10 years.
Incidents involving loan sharks reached 254 cases, resulting in the apprehension of 514 people. Gang-associated people account for 30 percent of these arrests. The number of victims in these cases totaled 203,000, who collectively lost about 22.24 billion yen.
A 39-percent increase was seen in the number of cannabis-related apprehensions, which totaled 1099 people. Another 212 people were arrested over the synthetic drug MDMA, popularly known as "ecstasy," 2.6 times that the previous year's figure.
http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/news/20040805p2a00m0dm011000c.html - 5 August 2004
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