Toolkit Transnational Child Sex Offences

The Toolkit Transnational Child Sex Offences contains information about the phenomenon transnational child sex offending (‘child sex tourism’) intended for government staff, employees working at Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s) and private parties working abroad and willing to make a contribution to the awareness related to and the stimulation of meaningful reports of transnational child sex offences.

By offering all practical information on this theme in one place a contribution is made to ensure together that children – wherever they are in the world – can grow up safely.

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This toolkit answers questions such as:

  • What is transnational child sex offending?
  • What is the Dutch approach?
  • What are the different types of offenders?
  • What are the signals? Where can it be reported?
  • How do I get a Certificate of Good Behaviour [Verklaring Omtrent Goed Gedrag VOG]

The contents of this toolkit are composed by several parties: the Ministry of Security and Justice, the Public Prosecution Department, the Police, the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee, the NGO’s ECPAT and Plan Nederland, and the Expertise Centre Online Child Abuse (EOKM).

The information is offered in Dutch, English and also in Filipino, due to a pilot started in cooperation with the Philippine authorities.

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