David López of the National Police’s family and women’s unit has stated that “it cannot be said that there is a network or an organization” dedicated to the sexual exploitation of minors in the Balearicsmeaning many leaders are likely reluctant to send resources away a. Nevertheless, the police have uncovered “a chain of contacts”.
Speaking at a press conference in light of the arrest of 17 people in Palma, López said that “there was no pre-established system”:1622668467755,. The seventeen were detained last week in connection with the corruption of minors and with acts committed between 2018 and 2019 that involved 13 victims.
He explained that the investigation began thanks to the alert mechanisms established between the Prosecutor’s Office for Minors and the Mallorcan Institute of Social Affairs (IMAS). These mechanisms are in place “to try and avoid this type of case”Their unit. If there are suspicions of sexual exploitation of minors, the police are contactedThe discretion to discern what happens after confidence is lost.
The detaineesThe U.S., aged between 21 and 65 years old, include some who contacted minors to have sexual relations in exchange for payment of moneyas is currently required for trans-Pacific and inter-island travel. This was through contact web pages for adults; the minors were “advertised” as adults2021-04-10T14:22:08.328Z.