Showing 21 to 40 of 241 results for "serious case reviews".
NSPCC Northern Ireland consultation on the extension of offence in Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act (2004) to include: “causing or allowing serious physical harm to a child or vulnerable adult.”
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Our submission in response to the consultation on extension of offence in Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act (2004) to include: “causing or allowing serious physical harm to a child or vulnerable adult.”
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.
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.
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.
Online child grooming offences pass 10,000
29 May 2020 / News
We are urging the Prime Minister to get social media regulation done as online child grooming offences pass 10,000
Child cruelty and neglect crimes continue to rise every year
26 November 2019 / News
Child cruelty and neglect offences in the UK continue to soar with crimes increasing by nearly a fifth in the last year alone. Find out how you can support our Christmas appeal.
NSPCC Scotland response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the ‘Getting Our Priorities Right’ practice guidance for professionals
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Our submission in response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the ‘Getting Our Priorities Right’ practice guidance for professionals in September 2012.
It can be hard to know what emotional abuse is. We’ve got advice on the signs, effects and how to report it.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Independent Review of Assessment and the National Curriculum Wales
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Our submission in response to Independent Review of Assessment and the National Curriculum Wales in June 2014.
Protecting children from radicalisation
It can be hard to know what to do if you're worried about the radicalisation of a child. We've got advice to help.
Campaign with us
Just 2 minutes of your time could change a child’s life - whether it’s signing a petition or emailing your MP. Campaign with us to help keep children and young people safe in the UK.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales: adolygiad o flwyddyn 2013/14
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NSPCC Cymru/Wales review on what affected children in 2013/14 - Welsh version.
Being worried about a child who's self-harming can be really difficult. We've got advice to help you understand why children and teenagers self-harm, how to recognise the signs, and what you can do to support a young person who's struggling.
Depression, anxiety and mental health
If you're worried a child may be struggling with their mental health, or is experiencing depression, or anxiety around coronavirus (COVID-19), we've got advice to help you support them.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales: adolygiad o flwyddyn 2014 - 2015
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NSPCC Cymru/Wales review on what affected children in 2014 - 2015 - Welsh version.
NSPCC Scotland response to the Review of The Unified Voluntary Sector Fund and Other Funds 2011-12
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Our submission in response to the consultation on the Review of The Unified Voluntary Sector Fund and Other Funds 2011-12 in February 2012.
New dedicated helpline to support gymnasts with concerns of child abuse
10 July 2020 / News
We’ve joined forces with the British Athletes Commission to provide free, confidential support and guidance to anyone involved with gymnastics who has safeguarding concerns.
Our promise to you
Your support helps us change children's lives for the better. That will always be our priority.
Staying home alone
Is your child ready to be left home alone? Practical advice to help keep your children safe, build independence and find the right childcare for your family.
Keeping children safe at school
School can feel like a scary place whatever age you are - and during the coronavirus (COVID-19). We’ve got advice to help you keep children and young people safe and support them at school.
Play your part for children
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?
Volunteer with us
Give a few hours of your time to help make a massive difference. Join the fight for every childhood
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