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Welsh arrests in global child abuse images probe

A worldwide investigation into the buying and selling of online child abuse images has led to 13 arrests and 11 convictions in Wales, a BBC investigation has found.

Headed up by police in Canada, Project Spade has seen eight convictions in the South Wales Police force area.

One included Cardiff's Ysgol Gyfun Glantaf deputy head teacher Gareth Williams, who took secret photographs of children in the school toilets.

Recently the National Crime Agency carried out raids in Caerphilly County over a separate investigation into suspected online child abuse.

Jordan Davies joined them to see what was involved.

  • 06 Mar 2015
  • From the section Wales