Phnom Penh: On Monday May 25 of 2020, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court found two Cambodian women guilty of Procurement of Child Prostitution. One of them is the 37-year-old mother of the 14- year-old girl victim, who was sentenced to 5-year imprisonment for “Aggravated Procurement
SIEM REAP On May 21st, the Siem Reap Provincial Court charged a 37-year-old British national with indecent assault, as stated under Article 246 of the Cambodian Criminal Code, for the alleged child sexual abuse he perpetrated against two underage girls. If found guilty, the suspect
SIEM REAP On May 12th, the Siem Reap provincial court pronounced a verdict against Mr. Garry Mulroy, 64, a former Australian teacher, sentencing him to 2 years in jail and ordering him to pay a fine of 3 million Riel (approx. $US 750) for “Indecent
KANDAL On May 08, the Kandal provincial court charged a 78-year-old U.S. citizen with Purchase of Child Prostitution as stated under article 34 of the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation, for the alleged sexual abuse he perpetrated against two underage boys
Summary If you are a parent or guardian of a child that that spends time online, especially during COVID-19, this guide is for you! Through this guide you will: Understand what online child sexual exploitation is, who the offenders are and how they approach children
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced children throughout the world to change normal practices of life into new ways of communicating and socializing, that has largely been made possible through online platforms and applications. With schools shut down, learning has moved to online classrooms and e-learning
PHNOM PENH: On February 25th, 2020, The Phnom Penh municipal court charged one Swedish national, aged 63, with the crimes of Purchase of Child Prostitution and Sexual Intercourse with Minor under Fifteen Years under Articles 34 and 42 of the Law on Suppression of Human
Siem Reap: On February 26th, 2020, The Siem Reap Provincial Court pronounced a verdict against John Patrick REIDY, a 56 year old U.S. citizen from Massachusetts, sentencing him to 8 years of imprisonment for the sexual offences of Purchase of Child Prostitution and Child Pornography
On Tuesday, 11th of February of 2020, APLE Cambodia was proud to hold,in collaboration withthe National Committee for Counter Trafficking and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, the event “Together for a Better Internet” in order to promote the safe use of digital technology,
Preah Sihanouk, on November 21st, 2019, The Preah Sihanouk court had a private hearing on the case of a Cambodian citizen, Mr. Deab Det, who allegedly abused his step-daughter sexually. On January 14th, 2020, the above-mentioned Court pronounced its verdict against Mr. Deab Det, finding
Phnom Penh –On December 19th, 2019, The Phnom Penh Municipal Court pronounced a verdict against Mr. Thorn Vichet, a Cambodian sex offender, sentencing him to 5 years in jail with a 2 year suspension, as well as ordering him to pay a compensation of approximately
Phnom Penh – On October 1st, 2019, six Cambodian girl victims of sexual abuse received a compensation of approximately USD 23,250 in total, after a Swedish court pronounced a verdict against Swedish national Ulf Christian Goransson, found guilty of child sexual abuse and exploitation. In
Siem Reap – On August 28th of 2019, The Siem Reap Provincial Court pronounced an in absentia verdict against Israeli national Mr. Ezra Balfour, aged 60, found guilty of “Indecent Act against a Minor Under 15 Years” under the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking
Phnom Penh – On Friday, August 09th of 2019, The Phnom Penh Municipal Court pronounced a verdict against U.K. national Mr. Stephen John Loryman, found guilty of “Indecent Act Against a Minor Under 15 Years” under the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual
Siem Reap: On 18th of July, 2019, the Siem Reap provincial court charged a U.S. Citizen from Massachusetts, aged 56, with the alleged acts of purchasing child prostitution, child pornography and rape under the law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation. Following disclosure

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