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Statistics on child abuse
How many children are affected by abuse? Is it increasing or decreasing? Find the latest facts and statistics.
Research reports published in 2016
A list of all NSPCC reports published in 2016.
Factsheets and briefings
Short introductions to child protection, child abuse and safeguarding topics.
Preventing abuse and neglect
Child abuse and neglect
Find out what child abuse is, how to spot the signs, who is affected and what you should do if you're worried about a child.
Child protection in the UK
How the systems and laws of the UK and its 4 nations work to keep children safe from abuse and harm.
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Research and resources
Process evaluation of the New Orleans Intervention Model for infant mental health in Glasgow
Investigates the impact of key features of the Glasgow Infant Family Team, a service putting infants’ attachment relationships at the heart of decisions about whether they should enter care permanently. Part of the NSPCC's Impact and evidence series.