Be Safe, Stay Safe Children’s Programme

Jonny and Laura at Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership outline the  –  “Be Safe, Stay Safe Children’s Programme” and detail the ways in which they have developed the service to maintain a service during the COVID-19 Lock-down. AWP.BESAFE@NHS.NET https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/GbHDFY288AIYEqqq2aEf/full?target=10.1080/13552600.2019.1589002 See full video here > Back to Bulletin Board >

Bridging the Gap: Bringing together personal and professional experiences of CSE – Adam Richard Kaps (with Anna Hutchings)

Bridging the Gap: Bringing together personal and professional experiences of CSE – Adam Richard Kaps Undertaking research and curiosity about the past This reflective article, written by Adam, is a summary of the key points from two conversations between Adam and Anna exploring aspects of how Adam’s lived-experience of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and being … Read more Bridging the Gap: Bringing together personal and professional experiences of CSE – Adam Richard Kaps (with Anna Hutchings)

Homeschooling during COVID-19: how one family is doing it

Homeschooling during COVID-19: how one family is doing it Since UK schools have closed and everyone has been advised to “stay home”, families across the UK are facing challenges that noone could’ve expected at the start of the year. Keeping your child’s education on track, managing their disappointment from exams being cancelled and avoiding cabin … Read more Homeschooling during COVID-19: how one family is doing it

Recent Press Releases and Reports: keeping up in 2020 – Helen Masson

Recent Press Releases and Reports: keeping up in 2020 – Helen Masson These press releases and reports have been published in the last few months. I hope they are of interest to the membership but the editorial team welcomes information from NOTA members about developments that have been missed and that should be items for … Read more Recent Press Releases and Reports: keeping up in 2020 – Helen Masson

Evaluating the Acceptability and Feasibility of the Kolvin Intervention Programme for Harmful Sexual Behaviour (KIP-S) Pilot – Carol Nixon, Aisling Martin & Katie Burgess

Evaluating the Acceptability and Feasibility of the Kolvin Intervention Programme for Harmful Sexual Behaviour (KIP-S) Pilot – Carol Nixon, Aisling Martin & Katie Burgess Having successfully delivered an intervention with a cohort of ‘difficult to engage’ young people, we were excited to share findings from our pilot evaluation of the Kolvin Intervention Programme for Harmful … Read more Evaluating the Acceptability and Feasibility of the Kolvin Intervention Programme for Harmful Sexual Behaviour (KIP-S) Pilot – Carol Nixon, Aisling Martin & Katie Burgess

Online Offending Behaviour Toolkit: June 2020

Online Offending Behaviour Toolkit: June 2020        Contents: Prevention Leaflets (Stop-It-Now) – Page 2 Internet Keep Safe Plan (Tay Project) – Page 3 Online sexual offending during COVID-19: a brief guide for staff, Staying Safe Online during COVID-19 & My Plan (CISSO)      Pages 3 and 4 Working with adolescents at increased … Read more Online Offending Behaviour Toolkit: June 2020

Positive pathways for young people who get into trouble online – Sian Meader

Sian Meader

Positive pathways for young people who get into trouble online – Sian Meader What sexual behaviours are young people involved in online? When is sexual behaviour harmful? What sexually abusive behaviours do young people display/experience online? What happens when young people get into trouble with the police? What support and intervention is needed? These are … Read more Positive pathways for young people who get into trouble online – Sian Meader

What can you trust? Some guidance to support the critical review of evidence – Mitch Waterman, Geri Akerman & Kieran McCartan

Geri Ackerman

What can you trust? Some guidance to support the critical review of evidence – Mitch Waterman, Geri Akerman & Kieran McCartan It is accepted, and evidenced, that being a confident and competent practitioner leads to better outcomes in almost every sphere of practice; confidence lends credibility and engenders trust by clients. However, we must be … Read more What can you trust? Some guidance to support the critical review of evidence – Mitch Waterman, Geri Akerman & Kieran McCartan

Preventing Sexual Offending By Children and Young People: A Scottish Perspective – Fiona Dyer and Stuart Allardyce

Preventing Sexual Offending By Children and Young People: A Scottish Perspective – Fiona Dyer and Stuart Allardyce In 2017 UNICEF published a report entitled ‘A Familiar Face’ (https://www.unicef.org/publications/index_101397.html) which looked at the global issue of violence in the lives of children and adolescents around the world. Amongst the lengthy lists and examples of appalling forms … Read more Preventing Sexual Offending By Children and Young People: A Scottish Perspective – Fiona Dyer and Stuart Allardyce

Working effectively with Online Offenders: The Safer Lives Experience – Jenny Greensmith

Working effectively with Online Offenders: The Safer Lives Experience – Jenny Greensmith Safer Lives works mainly with men who are under police investigation for online sexual offences. We currently have offices in Leeds and Manchester, with a third in the pipeline, and work with clients from across the UK. Our clients must self-refer but they … Read more Working effectively with Online Offenders: The Safer Lives Experience – Jenny Greensmith

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