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The expert said such care was not - according to Barnando’s clients - routinely put in place to protect vulnerable youngsters.READ MORE: How online honey traps try to cash in on the shame of men and boys “I think adults are underestimating the impact of children being ashamed and embarrassed.We underestimate how real it is for young people.” Ms Dagon was speaking three years after Fife teenager Daniel Perry took his own life after being conned in to taking part in a sexual encounter on Skype with somebody he thought was a girl of his own age.The Crown Office is still seeking the extradition of a Filipino man in connection with the case.SCOTTISH inmates could be allowed to Skype their families from jail under new plans being considered by prison bosses.The Scottish Prison Service is currently undertaking a project to look at enhancing prisoner access to IT and to improve communication with their families.Scottish prosecutors and police officers, Ms Dagon said, were trying hard not to criminalise young people involved in such actions.
“There are perfectly adequate visiting time slots available, and this latest idea is moving things in the wrong direction.
It will be up to the police, he said, to contextualise a needed rise in reporting.
He said: “We have to be honest.” He added: “The world around us is changing and so is the nature of violent crime.
Earlier this year Mc Connell insisted that phones can reduce the risk of re-offending by helping prisoners keep in touch with their family.
Scottish Prison staff are also carrying out a review across all its prisons to see if it is feasible to limit access to technology, including TVs, to certain times of day.But critics have hit out at the plans, saying it will make Scottish jails feel “more like home” than a “place to fear”.One option being considered by the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) is a “prisoner’s telephone service, video-conference facilities and secure messaging.” The move comes after prison chief Colin Mc Connell, Scottish Prison Service chief executive, said inmates should have access to mobile phones in their cells.Killers, kidnappers and drug barons larked around in wheelchairs and wore blindfolds at the paralympics event at open Castle Huntly prison near Dundee.