RSHORisk of Sexual Harm Order (UK)
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The RSHO was controversial in that--unlike the SOPO and FTO--an application did not require the person concerned to have any prior convictions for sexual offences.
These Orders will replace the existing Sexual Offences Prevention Orders (SOPOs), Risk of Sexual Harm Orders (RSHOs) and Foreign Travel Orders (FTOs) available in the Sexual Offences Act 2003.
An RSHO and SOPO in the lines of UK legislation, linking the Indian police with the VGT and Europol, raising awareness programmes in all youth meeting points regarding issues like online solicitation, stalking, harassment and bullying by adults-to-minors and minors-to-minors are measures can be thought of to counter the offence of online sexual grooming in India.
A RSHO and a SOPO in the lines of UK legislation would considerably ensure child safety in general, and online child safety in particular, because of a distinct feature of the Internet, namely, anonymity.