• What the government’s counter-terrorism and radicalisation Prevent strategy means in practice for local authorities and social workers.
• Factors to consider when working with vulnerable young people who have been or are being radicalised, and how to work with other agencies and share information.
• How to use the Channel process and vulnerability assessment framework to gauge the extent to which a person is engaged with an extremist group, intends to carry out an extremist offence and has the capability to do so.
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Brackenbridge argues that "[t]he interpersonal dynamics of sexual abuse in sport are similar to those in other settings but exacerbated by some key situational differences" (Brackenbridge, 2008).
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Brackenbridge, C. (2008) Child Protection in Sport. Guide.
Community Care Inform Children [online].
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