A series of reports on why people contact the NSPCC and how we help
Reports on concerns that people contacted the NSPCC with, during a year of high profile child abuse cases.
See also: The NSPCC's helpline service
Find out how the NSPCC can help professionals to protect children from abuse and neglect and evaluations of the NSPCC's helpline service.
Reports on the contacts made to the NSPCC's helpline service from Northern Ireland looking at the length of time people wait before making contact, the number of contacts resulting in referrals or receiving advice.
See also: Child protection in Northern Ireland
Briefings and guidance on child protection in Northern Ireland.
Looks at calls made to the NSPCC about sexual abuse, what happens when people call the NSPCC and what types of calls we received about sexual abuse.See also: Child sexual abuse
Guidance and policy, research and practice, statistics and NSPCC services to help protect children from sexual abuse.See also: Children under one
Our pages look at why children under one are at risk and provide information to help protect babies from abuse and neglect.
Reports on the rise in people contacting the NSPCC who are concerned about children being neglected. Looks at why people contact the NSPCC about neglect and the reasons people wait before contacting us.See also: Child neglect
Our pages set out why neglect is an NSPCC priority and what we are doing to protect children from neglect.
A review of the NSPCC’s helpline service in 2011 looking at contacts made to the NSPCC and what this can tell us about the levels of abuse and neglect.See also: The NSPCC's helpline service
How the NSPCC can help professionals to protect children from abuse and neglect and how this fits in with child protection policies and procedures.
Looks into some of the key concerns people who call the NSPCC have about babies.See also: All babies count: children under one
Our pages set out why children under one are an NSPCC priority and what we are doing to protect babies from abuse and neglect.
For earlier editions in the series please contact the NSPCC's information service
Don't wait until you're certain. If you are worried about a child or need advice, contact the NSPCC's helpline service