Reports 2014

May 2014 Report

By May 31th 2014, www.teprotejo.org had received 9.113 reports, of which 43% refer to child sexual abuse material; 13% on cases of child abuse and neglect; 5% on sale and consumption of alcohol and other psychoactive substances; 4% of inappropriate content on radio and TV for children under 18 years; 5% on bullying or cyber-bullying and; 3% of situations of sexual exploitation; 17% on others; and 10% to Not Applicable.

Regarding media appearances, until June 30th there have been 544 media appearances .

April 2014 Report

By April 30th 2014, www.teprotejo.org had received 8.369 reports, of which 41% refer to child sexual abuse material; 14% on cases of abuse, neglect and child labor; 5% on sale and consumption of alcohol and other psychoactive substances; 5% of inappropriate content on radio and TV for children under 18 years; 4% on bullying or cyber-bullying and; 3% of situations of sexual exploitation; 18% on others; and 11% to Not Applicable.

January 2014 Report

By Jan 31st 2014, www.teprotejo.org had received 6.495 reports, of which 34% refer to child sexual abuse material; 14% on cases of abuse, neglect and child labor; 6% on sale and consumption of alcohol and other psychoactive substances; 5% of inappropriate content on radio and TV for children under 18 years; 4% on bullying or cyber-bullying and ; 3% of situations of sexual exploitation; 20% on others; and 14% to Not Applicable.

March 2014 Report

By March 31th 2014, www.teprotejo.org had received 7.325 reports, of which 36% refer to child sexual abuse material; 14% on cases of abuse, neglect and child labor; 5% on sale and consumption of alcohol and other psychoactive substances; 5% of inappropriate content on radio and TV for children under 18 years; 5% on bullying or cyber-bullying and; 3% of situations of sexual exploitation; 20% on others; and 13% to Not Applicable.

Report status from April 2012 to Sept 2014

Once the reports are recieved by Te Protejo, they are sent to Law Enforcement authorities as well as other government institutions that work with Te Protejo in the protection of children. Find the status of the reports here:

February 2014 Report

By Feb 28th 2014, www.teprotejo.org had received 6.778 reports, of which 34% refer to child sexual abuse material; 14% on cases of abuse, neglect and child labor; 5% on sale and consumption of alcohol and other psychoactive substances; 5% of inappropriate content on radio and TV for children under 18 years; 4% on bullying or cyber-bullying and ; 3% of situations of sexual exploitation; 21% on others; and 14% to Not Applicable.

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