Leicestershire police hold online security webchat tonight for parents and children
Leicestershire Police are to hold an online question-and-answer session for parents and youngsters who want to know more about internet safety.
The one-hour eMeeting is being held tonight following the sentencing of a Craig McGuire (37) from The Coppice, in Narborough, who created a false online profile in order to engage with young girls over the internet.
The eMeeting will be held at 6.30pm and will focus on online security and the dangers that come with talking to someone online who you don’t already know.
McGuire pleaded guilty to grooming, possession of indecent images of children and voyeurism offences in court and was sentenced to six years in prison on Monday, September 24.
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Following a police investigation it was uncovered that McGuire had contact details for approximately 200 young girls and had online relationships with four of them, all of which believed he was a 15-year-old boy.
Two police officers, Detective Sergeants Robbie Davies and Ed Jones, who investigate and deal with internet crimes, will host the eMeeting and will be available to answer your questions about social networking, online harassment and online security with a particular focus on online child exploitation.
The eMeeting will start at 6.30pm and will run for one hour. Click here to join in the event.