Now that the Modern Slavery Act 2015 has been passed, what does it mean for victims of trafficking?

When the new Modern Slavery Act came into force back in March this year it brought with it the first glimmer of hope in some time for the victims of modern day slavery. It became a vital tool in which … Read more

Safeguarding businesswoman and cancer gene carrier becomes ambassador for Target Ovarian Cancer

target ovarian pic 29.06.15Having watched her mother and close friend both lose their lives to ovarian cancer, business woman Sarah Carlick decided to take the bull by the horns and get herself tested for an abnormal gene which, if positive, could mean a … Read more

Sarah made child safety her business…’I make the hard subject abuse quite fun to talk about’

JT article 12.06.15DISCLOSURES about historic and more recent sexual abuse currently dominate the media — including the horrifying story on our front page this week.

A Bury woman has made it her business to ensure that children and the elderly do not … Read more

Recent revisions to Serious Crime Act 2015 hopes to target criminals who prey on victims through the internet

Increasing levels of online child abuse and domestic abuse, organised cyber crime and the online recruitment for the purpose of terrorism has, of late, found some agencies overwhelmed in the fight against illegal practices.

As a direct response to this, … Read more

Sarah Carlick lost her mum Ros to ovarian cancer, one of the more than 4,000 women killed every year by a disease which is so often misdiagnosed.

Sarah is an Ambassador for Target Ovarian Cancer dedicated to raising awareness. A new blood test may detect twice as many ovarian cancers new research shows. Channel 5 news reports: … Read more

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