Child sexual exploitation: perpetration, disruption and prosecution
Author: Dr Debra Allnock, Dr Helen Beckett and Joanne Walker, The Safer Young Lives Research Centre, University of Bedfordshire and Kay Wallace and Phil Ashford, the National Policing Vulnerability Knowledge and Practice Programme
Publication Date: 19 April 2016
Photo: Burnstuff 2003/Fotolia
This guide forms part of Inform’s Child sexual exploitation knowledge and practice hub. It can help you meet point 5 of the Knowledge and skills statement for child and family practitioners: Abuse and neglect of children. Contents Why is this relevant to me? What do we know about perpetrators of CSE? Disruption Measures Prosecution of […]
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