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Estimated 90 cybercrimes recorded a day against children
14 January 2020 / News
We estimate more than 25,300 child abuse image and sexual grooming offences have been recorded by the police since the Online Harms White Paper was published just over 9 months ago.
General election 2019: our calls to the next government
20 November 2019 / News
We want all children to get the best start in life, and it's essential that children facing adversity or at particular risk of harm get the support they need. Find out what we're campaigning for.
Policy and influencing
We stand up for children, demand laws change and take action to better protect children and young people.
Sharing a bedroom
Whether children are sharing a bedroom at home or on holiday, we have some advice about how to make sure they stay safe.
200,000 young people may have been groomed on social networks
30 July 2019 / News
Our Wild West Web campaign has been calling for a regulator to force social platforms to identify and prevent grooming on their platforms.
Nine in 10 children back new online safety laws
1 July 2019 / News
Our Wild West Web campaign has been instrumental in the Government unveiling tough new online safety measures.
Over 70% of adults want social networks to face criminal sanctions
20 April 2019 / News
We believe that it should be a criminal offence if social networks grossly breach children's safety online.
Our work in Wales
We’re working to prevent child abuse in Wales. You can help us be there to support every child that needs us.
NSPCC’s Chief Child Protection Advisor awarded OBE in New Year’s Honours
3 January 2019 / News
Phillip Noyes, the NSPCC’s Chief Advisor on Child Protection has received an OBE in the New Year’s Honours for his outstanding public service, after decades spent protecting children and young people.
Fighting for childhood in Northern Ireland
We’re making life better for children in Northern Ireland by inﬂuencing public policy, legislation and practice through our local evidence-based research and services.
Government backtracks on pledge to protect children in sport
8 August 2018 / News
NSPCC condemns Government u-turn on its pledge to extend position of trust laws to sports coaches
New laws to protect children online, says Government | NSPCC
21 May 2018 / News
The Government has announced it is bringing in laws to protect children online, in a victory for our Wild West Web campaign.
Government consultation on Working together guidance
27 October 2017 / News
Proposed changes to statutory guidance to reflect the legislative changes introduced through the Children and Social Work Act 2017 to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in England.
Duty of Care in Sport
2 May 2017 / News
Independent review carried out by Tanni Grey-Thompson looking into the duty of care that sports have towards their participants. Themes include safeguarding, mental health, education, equality, diversity and inclusion, transition, the participant’s’ voice and medical issues.
Adults grooming children: still not illegal
3 March 2017 / News
The number of abusers meeting children after grooming them has more than tripled in five years - yet police still can’t arrest people for grooming in England and Wales.
Anti-grooming law delay "unacceptable"
10 January 2017 / News
The Government has been accused of dragging its feet over a law which would arm police with new powers to tackle online grooming.
Summary of key points from Putting children first
29 July 2016 / News
Briefing summarising the key points from the government's vision for excellent children's social care in England.
Government responds to Wood Report on LSCBs and SCRs
27 May 2016 / News
Summary of Alan Wood's review of local safeguarding arrangements and serious case reviews and Department for Education's response.
Delivering change for children in Wales
24 February 2016 / News
We’re among the 6 leading Welsh children’s charities today to call on the next Welsh government to include a Children’s Minister in the Cabinet.
Protecting disabled children from abuse with equal rights and more support
18 March 2015 / News
Better protection is achievable if we redress the balance, says NSPCC's Jon Brown.
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With schools closed and when home isn't a safe place for every child, many children have nowhere to turn for help. We’re still here for children. Will you be there too?
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