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More people in Kent visiting charity's self-help page to try and stop themselves viewing indecent images of children online

By Lucy Hickmott

There's been a significant increase in the number of people in Kent contacting a helpline and website to try and stop themselves viewing indecent images of children online.

541 people got in touch with Stop It Now! in 2016 - that went up to almost 800 last year.

Now, the Lucy Faithfull Foundation - who set it up - have joined forces with police in the county to tackle the issue of inappropriate pictures of young people appearing on the internet.

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