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What NOTA does

NOTA Provides a support network for professionals involved in work with, or related to, sexual offending through the national organisation and local branch events. We publish NOTA News, a regular newsletter of articles, information, news and book reviews
NOTA also Publishes a tri-annual Journal of Sexual Aggression jointly with international publishing house Taylor and Francis.

We develop and extend professional knowledge of sexual aggression, assessment and treatment methods and policy development.~

We support research initiatives and disseminate findings and learning.

NOTA Hosts an annual international professional conference and promotes high quality national and regional training events.

NOTA’s Charitable Objectives are to advance education for the benefit of the public, amongst members of the profession or persons working with or providing services for people who have committed sexual abuse or others having a legitimate professional interest in the field, and to promote or assist in promoting research into the skills associated with the professions who work with or provide services for people who have committed sexual abuse and into the efficiency of existing skills and practices, and to disseminate the useful results of such research for the benefit of the public.



Core Values

NOTA is a charity committed to the prevention of all forms of sexual violence, abuse and sexual exploitation. Its mission is to reduce victimisation through the development of policy and practice with children and adults with harmful sexual behaviours, their families and communities. NOTA provides education, training and research to professionals in the UK and Ireland. NOTA influences public policy by offering advice and by promoting change in government, professional agencies, the media and wider society.