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They captured a Venezuelan who sexually abused his daughter in Colombia

They captured a Venezuelan who sexually abused his daughter in Colombia

And, it was known The victim of these abuses was his adopted daughter, who reported him to justice. Police also pointed out that the alleged harasser already had a court order against him for sexually abusing a minor under 14 years of age.

“This person is wanted by the Second Municipal Criminal Court, with warrant control functions of the city of CĂșcuta, Norte de Santander, “This office, considering the seriousness of the events, has issued a blue Interpol circular for the location and capture of this foreigner,” said Colonel Carlos Fulegan, commander of the Santander police.

Venezuela was caught while traveling in a public service vehicle on the road From the city of Berlin to CĂșcuta, Norte de Santander, where he was requested by the authorities carrying out control and security work in the area.

Thereafter, he was taken before a bail control judge, where he was remanded in custody.

Alarming statistics of sexual abuse against minors

There is concern in the country due to the significant increase in reports of sexual abuse against boys and girls in the national territory. According to forensic medical statistics, last year, with a cut-off date of April 10, 2024, 19,192 cases of sexual abuse against minors were reported, i.e. 53 cases per day; Also, the agency noted that most of these cases were committed by people from the same environment.

Additionally, Forensics highlights that the highest percentage applies to the age group of 12 to 17 years.With 10,713 cases, i.e. 55.86 per cent, followed by the 6 to 11 year age group, with 6,113 cases (31.88 per cent) respectively.

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For its part, the Attorney General’s Office announced that monitoring of the agencies responsible for handling these cases had been intensified, and asked national institutions to implement care pathways and guarantee the protection of the rights of the child population. “Physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and children in the country is unabated, a dangerous panorama” The regulatory body said in a statement.

Likewise, the control body requested the regional directors of the Colombian Institute of Family Welfare (ICBF) to provide reports detailing the implementation of intermediate care pathways and the care activities provided to victims.

“The Attorney General’s Office encourages reflection and action by authorities to prevent and address situations of violence against children and adolescents. Reiterating the urgency of prosecuting those responsible for the commission of crimes against their dignity.