Showing 21 to 40 of 373 results for "serious case reviews".
Measuring up? – good practice guidance
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Good practice guidance in managing young witness cases and questioning children (based on research for the report).
NSPCC Cymru/Wales: a year in review 2013/14
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NSPCC Cymru/Wales review on what affected children in 2013/14.
Online safety not taken seriously by social media companies
5 June 2015 / News
NSPCC CEO, Peter Wanless pens letter to Facebook and Government in response to disturbing video being shared online.
Real voices: child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester
6 November 2014 / News
Summary of Ann Coffey MP’s independent report into child sexual exploitation in Manchester including its findings and recommendations.
12 Childline counselling sessions a day for child sexual exploitation
15 November 2019 / News
The Annual Review released today shows Childline delivered 4,500 counselling sessions around child sexual exploitation in 2018/19 - a 16% increase on the previous year. The youngest child was just 9.
1 in 5 children are rejected mental health treatment
12 October 2015 / News
A‘time bomb’ of serious mental health conditions is being created if vulnerable victims children don’t get early help
40% of teenage girls pressured into sex
11 February 2015 / News
Physical violence and abuse also a factor in 20% of relationships, new NSPCC research finds.
More than 1,300 cases of sexual communication with a child recorded in 6 months after change in the law
2 February 2018 / News
We're calling on the Government and social networks to use technology to prevent online grooming.
Transforming mental health services for children who have been abused (July 2018)
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A review of local transformation plans.
Exploring the case for mandatory reporting: a summary of a roundtable hosted by the NSPCC
PDF / 611 KB
Briefing paper, roundtable discussion paper and summary of the discussions and proposed next steps.
Childline contacted every 30 minutes about suicidal thoughts
8 September 2016 / News
Suicidal thoughts among many issues in the 2015/16 Childline annual report ‘It Turned Out Someone Did Care’
Dare to Debate: Foetal Alcohol Syndrome
30 January 2015 / News
The second instalment of our Dare to Debate seminar series explores the issue of drinking during pregnancy.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to call for evidence: an independent review into the role and functions of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales
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Our submission in response to call for evidence: an independent review into the role and functions of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales in October 2014.
Animal abuse and child maltreatment
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A review of the literature and study findings about the co-existence of child maltreatment and animal cruelty across family life.
The smacking debate in Northern Ireland: messages from research – executive summary
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Summary of the findings of an evidence based review into the varied perspectives on the smacking debate in Northern Ireland.
Vicarious trauma: the consequences of working with abuse
PDF / 349 KB
NSPCC research briefing reviewing the research literature on the implications for professionals of using empathy when working with traumatised children and families.
Speeding up decision-making in the family justice system – NSPCC roundtable
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A summary of discussions from the NSPCC’s roundtable event on the Family Justice Review in 2012. Includes briefing information.
Share Aware campaign launches
9 January 2015 / News
Our Share Aware campaign encouraging families to talk about socialising safely online has launched.
Online grooming cases increase by almost 50%
9 December 2015 / News
Online safety must be a priority for parents buying internet devices for children at Christmas.
Animal abuse and child maltreatment – executive summary
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A summary of the literature review and study findings about the co-existence of child maltreatment and animal cruelty across family life.
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