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These guidelines set out the approach that prosecutors should take when making decisions in relation to cases where it is alleged that criminal offences have been committed by the sending of a communication via social media.
Prosecutors should make an initial assessment of the content of the communication and the conduct in question so as to distinguish between: Communications which may constitute threats of violence to the person or damage to property.
Communications which specifically target an individual or individuals and which may constitute harassment or stalking, controlling or coercive behaviour, disclosing private sexual images without consent, an offence under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, blackmail or another offence.
In the majority of cases, prosecutors should only decide whether to prosecute after the investigation has been completed.
However, there will be cases occasionally where it is clear, prior to the collection and consideration of all the likely evidence, that the public interest does not require a prosecution.
These guidelines equally apply to the re-sending (or re-tweeting / sharing) of communications and whenever they refer to the sending of a communication, the guidelines should also be read as applying to the re-sending of a communication.Enter your nickname in the field below and click connect.(Please be patient as it may take up to a minute to load) Please contact an adult chat moderator if there are any issues you experience in the rooms.Prosecutors may only start a prosecution if a case satisfies the test set out in the Code for Crown Prosecutors.This test has two stages: the first is the requirement of evidential sufficiency and the second involves consideration of the public interest.