Anger from victims of abuse as new centre opens to help 100 sex offenders back into society…


Date: February 12, 2019

01) Anger from victims of abuse as new centre opens to help 100 sex offenders back into society

“A new centre which offers support and life skills to sex offenders who have been released from prison has opened in Nottingham.

The Corbett Centre for Prisoner Reintegration, which launched today, Monday, will help around 100 former prisoners and is described as the first of its kind in the UK.

Its aim is to reduce reoffending rates by helping ex-inmates reintegrate into society.

But the move has been criticised by victims of sexual abuse, with one calling it ‘a slap in the face’ when many survivors are struggling to access support services.

The project – at an unidentified city centre location – is being run by the Safer Living Foundation (SLF), a charity formed by HMP Whatton and the School of Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University which offers support to people with sexual convictions.

Professor Belinda Winder, head of NTU’s Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit, and co-founder of SLF, said: “I can’t emphasise enough how much we empathise with people who have suffered sexual abuse. But that’s why we’re doing this; to reduce reoffending.

“This important initiative will support our existing research to understand and prevent sexual abuse. It will also go a step further in encouraging us to apply our findings so that we can have a real impact on improving the safety of the public and preventing sexual crime.”

A prime example of fear and ignorance in action.

The sex abuse survivors should be rejoicing over this, as it is a move which unquestionably caters to them…and presumably their desire, that whatever happened to themselves doesn’t happen to someone else…

…And yet…no.

…Is there anything short of lining up the accused and condemned, in a human sacrifice [aka slaughter] ceremony, that will satiate their lust for cruelty and revenge?

Let’s get real!…

…These types of programs exist, not for the extreme cases [who will likely remain in prison], but for the individuals where there is strong expectation they can be manipulated, and kept under the government’s thumb.

These types of cases are well known, to have extremely low recidivism rates. Putting them in a profession and stable lifestyle, is the best chance at keeping them crime free.

Forcing them out of the social survival structure, typically has the opposite effect.

The day is coming…and more rapidly, as they invent new reasons to label someone a “sex offender”, put them on a list, threaten, abuse and ostracize them…when this is all going to come to a head…

There is already a sizable army of human beings, on these lists…held under this abusive oppression…many of whom are still physically capable…some [children, teens and young adults] of whom have their most capable years in front of them…And many have been very unjustly treated…

…What happens, when this army organizes and starts defending itself?

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2 thoughts on “Anger from victims of abuse as new centre opens to help 100 sex offenders back into society…

  1. feinmann0

    A further excerpt from the piece: “… David Hollas, advocate for the Nottinghamshire Child Sexual Abuse Survivors Group, said: ‘I can understand the frustration with this scheme, especially as we are struggling to get treatment for survivors that require deeper psychiatric interventions beyond basic talking therapies.This is exacerbated by the cause of that trauma being our own local authorities and their employees. We should acknowledge survivors of sexual violence’s anger at the insensitivity of this story – chest beating and ‘how great we are’ from academia – whilst the victims of those sex offenders struggle with their life sentence. If you look at it from their perspective, it says that the offender is more important than the victim, and that must be wrong.”

    But the credibility of the ‘survivor’, also known as a ‘victim’, has been seismically damaged by the huge number of false allegations made. In the UK alone 130 cases have been documented and the number continues to rise: Hollas’s claim that the ‘victim’ is more important than the ‘offender’ goes a long way to explain how false accusations ever come to court in the first place and how the false accusations industry so successfully dominates UK society thinking and UK ‘justice’ today. I notice that Hollas says nothing about the survival of those falsely accused.

    1. eqfoundation Post author

      This should never be seen as a competition, between one group or the other…as if wherever one gains, the other loses because of those gains.

      In addition, I’d have to ask “what more do they want, before they are okay with resources being spent on the convicted?”…

      This is amongst the ugliest faces, of the victims movement…

      Nobody should be stopped from moving on with their life, if they have the path to do such.


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