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Child Pornography (ICCS 030221)
CHILD PORNOGRAPHY (030221) is defined as procuring, arranging, facilitating or controlling a child for the purposes of creating child pornography and/or possessing, disseminating, broadcasting, transmitting, exhibiting or selling child pornography (“Child” as defined in national legislation).
Child pornography, at minimum, is visual representation or depiction of a child engaged in sexually explicit conduct, a real person appearing to be a child involved or engaged in sexually explicit conduct, or realistic images of a non-existent child involved in sexually explicit conduct (Article 20 of the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse).
INCLUSIONS: Possession of child pornography; sharing child pornography; creating child pornography; downloading child pornography, procuring sexual images or other forms of child abuse materials from children.
EXCLUSIONS: Pornography offences (08022); Statutory rape (030113). Apply all exclusions listed in 0302 of ICCS.

[Source: International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS), UNODC, Mar 2015, p.52, and footnote 83. Web:]