Paul Francis Gadd, known by the stage name Gary Glitter, is an English former glam rock singer who achieved popular success in the 1970s and 80s. He was known for his extreme glam image of glitter suits, make-up and platform boots, and his energetic live performances.
UK authorities the powers they have to stop British offenders travelling abroad, and Child Abuse , according to a study.
Only a small fraction of the orders against the perpetrators included a prohibition of travel abroad, the find Independent investigation of the Sexual abuse.
The IICSA says, the evidence, to be reduced in order to shop for travel bans.
The Inquiry report found, actions applied to people sentenced had a sexual offense as a sexual harm prevention orders (SHPO) - only a minimal impact on the restriction of travel.
Others have the perpetrators were able, against the prohibitions in an attempt to abuse outside of the UK.
Some of the 5,551 SHPOs were. in 2017-18, but only 11 contained requirements in relation to the issue of the possibility to travel abroad, The Report said
He cited the cases of Glitter and serial Richard Huckle pedophiles as examples, where the systems have failed to protect the children.
Glitter, who was convicted whose real name is Paul Gadd, to four months in prison in 1999 for the thousands of Child Abuse images.
But he was still able to travel, and later to Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam. In 2005, he was convicted of the sexual abuse of two girls aged 10 and 11, in Vietnam.
the Glitter was for other historical facts.
Huckle-groomed and abused dozens of children in impoverished Malay communities by the bourgeois-Christian English teacher, and philanthropist.
He found himself in an unprecedented number of criminal offences against children aged between six months and 12 years of age,
The requirement of The Police and the courts to be restrained in the application of travel bans, the need for evidence, and sometimes impose, the hate to a ban in several countries.
In contrast, according to The Report , Australia had a complete ban on registered sex offenders traveling abroad.
Professor Alexis Jay , the Chairman of the IICSA, said: "The sexual abuse of children abroad by British nationals is not an urgent problem, we will hide you.
"the Current gaps in our legal system are not to travel, so that known offenders abroad, to vulnerable children in less developed countries, and that is simply unacceptable. "
The Report also recommended The Police and the courts in This Country , more and more people are pursuing, to have the British abused abroad, because they are entitled, in the context of section 72 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.
The National Crime Agency has not accepted that the previous policy, written in the foreign police authorities were asked to investigate, instead, they served as officers in the United Kingdom - "good".
Instead, the information that EWB now calls the British, with the country in which the abuse occurred to be.
Responding to The Report , the government said: "We continue to work closely with law enforcement to stop authorities in the UK and the international partners of sex offenders are traveling abroad in order to draw prey on the children of online networks and bring the perpetrators to justice.Prof Alexis Jay of the leading Independent investigation of Sexual abuse (IICSA)
"Clearly, there is more to do, and we and others consider the findings of this report carefully. We will respond fully in due course. "