Showing 21 to 40 of 340 results for "serious case reviews".
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.
The smacking debate in Northern Ireland: messages from research
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Findings of an evidence based review into the varied perspectives on the smacking debate in Northern Ireland.
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.
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.
1001 Critical Days manifesto to help prevent child abuse
11 December 2015 / News
The relaunch of the 1001 Critical Days Manifesto in Parliament has gained support from a record number of MPs from all sides of the House pressing ministers to adopt it as Government policy.
10 pitfalls and how to avoid them
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A booklet to provide practitioners with a summary of research to aid in the initial stages of assessment in children’s services.
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.
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.
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.
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’
NSPCC response to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) stakeholder consultation on the draft scope of "Child abuse and neglect: recognising, assessing and responding to abuse and neglect of children and young people"
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Our submission in response to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) stakeholder consultation on the draft scope of "Child abuse and neglect: recognising, assessing and responding to abuse and neglect of children and young people" in September 2013.
Child protection in the UK
Info on the child protection system including how to report child protection concerns, referrals and investigations, care proceedings, case reviews and statistics.
Transforming mental health services for children who have been abused (July 2018)
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A review of local transformation plans.
Assessing parenting capacity
PDF / 468 KB
NSPCC factsheet on the process of assessing parenting capacity highlighting aspects of good practice drawn from research literature and guidance.
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).
Speeding up decision-making in the family justice system – NSPCC roundtable
PDF / 567 KB
A summary of discussions from the NSPCC’s roundtable event on the Family Justice Review in 2012. Includes briefing information.
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.
Case study - why we need your support
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A case study to be used in assemblies and presentations looking at J, a child how was helped by the NSPCC.
Developing an effective response to neglect and emotional harm to children
PDF / 440 KB
This report outlines a vision for tackling all forms of child neglect – whether physical, emotional or environmental.
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
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