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What really happened to Madeleine Beth McCann?

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Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)

CEOP became →involved early on in the Madeleine McCann case. Arriving just 5 days after the alleged disappearence in Portugal and pointing the case to Robert Murat. See also →CEOP at Wikipedia.

On 13 July 2007, still in London, Gerry spends a large part of the day at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre to learn more about their role. It seems likely that it was on this visit that Gerry collected the CEOP manuals that were seen later in the PJ video, taken in the McCanns' Vista Mar Villa residence, in August 2007.

see source → McCannFiles

CEOP launched an appeal for holiday makers to upload their holiday snaps onto their website ( no longer working: madeleine.ceopupload.com). It is unknown what happened with these holiday snaps and whether they passed on to the PJ.

see source →The Guardian

Chief Executive of CEOP at the time was Jim Gamble. He resigned in October 2010 over a row concerning the proposed integration of CEOP with the National Crime Agency.