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14-Apr-2014 09:01

There is not even an attempted grooming because you specifically said you did not want to meet her. You are not at risk of a SOPO and certainly nothing even remotely like 10 years custody.Whilst you should not be emboldened by this and do it again, the offence of grooming is not made out against you. I'm sorry that things were confused by the first incorrect answer that you received. Do not waste another minute of your life worrying about that.Obviously your conduct was foolish but you have not committed the offence of grooming.You will find the offence here it requires two acts of contact a meeting that you actually attend or travel to. There might be Telecommunications offences in this conduct though but they will not lead to a SOPO. Please remember to rate my answer and then I will give you related information for free. There may well no malicious communication or telecommunication act offences.In addition the parents upon discovery of your texts might report the matter to the police ,and so you will need to ensure you can properly defend yourself from any false allegations. I know you will appreciate that you have placed yourself in a potentially difficult position.

That would make it more hot.” To which the girl insisted she could not do such a thing in school. ” and later, “You realize we could never date correct? I’m sorry.” Police investigation Then, on March 28, Officer Remsberg interviewed the alleged victim, whom confirmed the Facebook messages were authentic.

I tried to search online for answers as to the legality of this whilst we were talking, but couldn't find anything, could you clear this up for me please?

I am currently in the UK, so hope no laws have been broken, Thanks To combat increasing sexual approaches to children on-line, there is a new offence of meeting a child following sexual grooming.

This makes it a crime to befriend a child on the Internet or by other means and meet or intend to meet the child with the intention of abusing them. A new civil preventative order, the Risk of Sexual Harm Order, may be imposed which will prohibit adults from engaging in inappropriate behaviour such as sexual conversations with children on-line.

It goes without saying that the conduct should cease.

That would make it more hot.” To which the girl insisted she could not do such a thing in school. ” and later, “You realize we could never date correct? I’m sorry.” Police investigation Then, on March 28, Officer Remsberg interviewed the alleged victim, whom confirmed the Facebook messages were authentic.I tried to search online for answers as to the legality of this whilst we were talking, but couldn't find anything, could you clear this up for me please?I am currently in the UK, so hope no laws have been broken, Thanks To combat increasing sexual approaches to children on-line, there is a new offence of meeting a child following sexual grooming.This makes it a crime to befriend a child on the Internet or by other means and meet or intend to meet the child with the intention of abusing them. A new civil preventative order, the Risk of Sexual Harm Order, may be imposed which will prohibit adults from engaging in inappropriate behaviour such as sexual conversations with children on-line.It goes without saying that the conduct should cease.But thought as long as she's legal there was no harm in it since it was just sex talk and no images were involved.