The ‘emergency’ line will be in place to talk to dangerous paedophiles lurking the street to not abuse children or reoffend.
The NSPCC is taking a big risk, as many of the public donate to the charity, and worries are arising that their hard earned donated cash will be funding the pedophile helpline.
The freephone service will be manned around the clock from tomorrow.
The question that is on all of our lips is will the confessions of pedophilesÂ to the helpline be investigated by police authority. Or will confidential stay confidential for the paedophilesÂ sake and not the children’s?
The service will be launched first in the Midlands as a pilot scheme.
The helpline and it’s trained staff are hoping to offer offenders, that should never have been released for their crimes in the first place, help with fears of reoffending and to offer them guidance.
They must agree to sign up to the scheme, and will be given a unique PIN so the staff can identify the caller.
The counselingÂ staff also hold the power to call the police if they feel that it is a must.
It is said that the paedophileÂ hotline will not come out of the tax payers purse.
A spokesperson said:
“This scheme has nothing to do with this department and receives no funding from us.”
Just from the publics charitable donations then.