Updated April 2014
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Contributed by Marcus Erooga
WHAT IS NOTA?
NOTA is the National Organisation for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, and is a registered Charity.
Inaugurated as a National Organisation in 1991, NOTA grew from a
regional network in the North West of England.
Membership is open to any professional whose work concerns intervention with
sexually aggressive individuals regardless of their age, race, gender or sexual preference.
With a growing multi-disciplinary membership comprised of practitioners, managers
and policy makers from the public, private and voluntary sectors,
NOTA is able to bring a wide variety of perspectives to intervention with sexual aggressors.
WHAT DOES NOTA DO?
• Provide a support network for professionals involved in work with sex offenders through
the national organisation and local branch meetings
• Publish a regular newsletter NOTANews publishing articles, information,
news and book reviews
• Publish a tri-annual Journal of Sexual Aggression jointly with Publishers, Taylor and Francis
• Develop and extend professional knowledge of sexual aggression, assessment and
treatment techniques and policy development. Initiate, conduct and disseminate
research conducted by the members and others
• Contribute to practice and policy development, nationally and regionally, through
drafting and publishing guidance
• Promote quality national and regional training events
• Publish briefing and occasional papers on Policy and Practice