PEOPLE who look at child sexual abuse images online are being urged to get treatment.
It comes as the Lucy Faithfull Foundation launches a campaign to get offenders to stop looking at the images.
The LFF offers treatment and the Stop it Now campaign urges people to seek help.
PC Lisa Robins works in the Internet Child Abuse Team at Hampshire police.
She said: ‘As a standard practice, officers from the Internet Child Abuse Team at Hampshire Constabulary hand any persons arrested for possession or distribution of indecent images of children a Lucy Faithful Foundation leaflet to encourage them to make contact for support and advice.
‘This is also offered to their families or partners equally as they may need support too.
‘There may be some people reading this article who decide to make that call which in turn could make a significant difference to their own lives and in particular the child victims involved.’
Watch the support video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bq-rTc7x_a4