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Daniel J. DanielJRowe42 Contact. Police, prosecutors and school staff are launching Project SEXTO province-wide to draw attention to the phenomenon of sexting among youth. SQ spokesperson Benoit Richard said Project SEXTO allows police and school staff to work together to draw attention to the issue, warn of potential repercussions and curb the spread of illicit photo and video sharing among minors.
Those under 17, who take an illicit picture and send it to someone else can sexting quebec charged with producing and distributing child pornography, Richard said. Project SEXTO provides an option for school staff to intervene in a different way than the potentially long, costly and arduous legal process.
If the interveners find its was impulsive, an officer meets with the youth and his parents to detail what action will be taken, what are the consequences and sexting quebec are the possible injuries to the victim. If the sexting is found to be malicious, criminal accusations may follow. This process can take over a year, which Richard said often does not improve the accused person's behaviour. Of sexters caught between and67 per cent were dealt with using the SEXTO kit, Richard said, and there was only a 1.
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