The charity is seeking £2m to set up young sex abuser projects

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The NSPCC has called for a new national network to help prevent children as young as five from becoming paedophiles. A scheme could aid early identification and make it possible for authorities to intervene. The charity is seeking £2m to set up young sex abuser projects. The call follows the jailing of student Dominic McK. [edit], 19, for the rape and murder of 11-year-old schoolboy Wesley Neailey. There are already 18 UK NSPCC projects for paedophiles as young as five.

source: BBC Ceefax; 24 July 1999