Child Abuse Investigation Team

Child Abuse Investigation Team

Child Abuse Investigation Team

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Child Abuse Investigation Team/Unit are units within police forces of the United Kingdom, responsible for investigating offences relating to minors.

Within the London Metropolitan Police Service, CAIT is an Operational Command Unit within the Specialist Crime Directorate.

CAIT Objectives:

  • Thorough and unrelenting investigation into all related cases.
  • Ensuring a secure conviction for the guilty.
  • Further prevention of abuse.
  • Supplying aftercare to victims such as councilling or physciatrist.
  • Promoting awareness of abuse.
  • Helping victims rebuild lives.
  • Monitoring known abusers.

Within the Metropolitan Police Child Abuse Investigation Command and is part of the Specialist Crime Directorate. There are 19 borough Child Abuse Investigation Teams, and five specialist sections:

  • The Major Investigation Teams investigate child homicide and complex abuse enquiries within a family environment.

  • The Hi-Tech Crime Unit provides technical support and investigates Internet-based child abuse.

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