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 He also set up the National Crime Squad'​s specialist response cell - the Paedophile Online Investigation Team - and was involved in the creation of the first international law enforcement partnership to combat child abuse online - the Virtual Global Taskforce. He also set up the National Crime Squad'​s specialist response cell - the Paedophile Online Investigation Team - and was involved in the creation of the first international law enforcement partnership to combat child abuse online - the Virtual Global Taskforce.
 Mr Gamble is married with three children and lives in London."​ Mr Gamble is married with three children and lives in London."​
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 +See also ->​[[http://​www.theregister.co.uk/​2010/​10/​05/​ceop_isps/?​mt=1424166785594|The Register]] on his resignation:​ "​...Gamble'​s resignation as Britain'​s most senior child protection policeman has today been welcomed by a broad coalition of internet firms, who said they had been** alienated by his aggressive approach**. Major ISPs and websites joined to criticise the **former Northern Ireland intelligence chief**'​s strategy at the head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP). They expressed hopes that a new regime will improve cooperation and therefore improve child safety online. Gamble'​s resignation was revealed last night, ahead of Home Secretary **Theresa May**'​s speech to the Tory party conference today.
 +An often controversial figure, he quit over May's plans to **roll CEOP into the new National Crime Agency**, which overturned **his successful lobbying of Labour ministers before the election**. They had agreed to grant the organisation more independence by making it answerable only to Parliament, rather than the government. The Home Office pointedly responded by saying it wanted to build on CEOP's work but //"​does not necessarily feel this is best done by creating a new quango"//​....Other sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the departure of Gamble will offer the chance of a //"​clean slate"//​ between industry and investigators. One criticised him as //"an extremely aggressive person"//​ and a //"​loose cannon"//​ who //"​loves the media spotlight"//​.
 +Gamble'​s supporters argue his zealous advocacy has been very valuable in improving child safety online. He has used his media profile to lobby, for example, for websites to adopt the CEOP //"​panic button"//​ and to complain that law enforcement agencies are required by law to reimburse ISPs for their retrieval of data on suspects...."​
  
 See also ->​[[http://​joana-morais.blogspot.com/​2010/​10/​mccanns-curse-strikes-again-jim-gamble.html|Joana Morais]]: __McCanns '​Curse'​ strikes Again: Jim Gamble head of CEOP has Resigned__ (04 Oct. 2010) See also ->​[[http://​joana-morais.blogspot.com/​2010/​10/​mccanns-curse-strikes-again-jim-gamble.html|Joana Morais]]: __McCanns '​Curse'​ strikes Again: Jim Gamble head of CEOP has Resigned__ (04 Oct. 2010)