The NetClean Report 2017 is a report about child sexual abuse crime – based on a survey completed by 435 police officers in 33 countries, with observations and analyses from 15 leading experts in this field. The 2017 report looks at whether there is a typical consumer of child sexual abuse material and is divided into two parts:

The first part provides an overview of the global development of child sexual exploitation, and this year the report focuses on the offender. It looks at who consumes child sexual abuse material, the correlation between viewing child sexual abuse material and hands-on sexual abuse of children, and how the perpetrator comes into contact with children.

The second part of the report details how different sectors work to address the dissemination of child sexual abuse material.

The aim of the report is to create greater awareness and knowledge about child sexual abuse crime; to contribute to effective ways of stopping the dissemination of child sexual abuse material; and, ultimately, the goal is to reduce sexual abuse of children.

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