February Briefings

Keeping Children Safe Online
Peer on peer abuse occurs when a young person is exploited, bullied and/or harmed by their peers who are the same or similar age. The level of violence and abuse amongst young people has increased rapidly during recent years. Many young people have reported physical, sexual and emotional abuse perpetrated by their peers via online bullying as well as in gang affected neighbourhoods.

Working with Families Who Display Disguised Compliance
Disguised compliance, whereby parents and carers give the appearance of cooperating with agencies, is challenging for professionals and undermines efforts to safeguard children. This briefing explains what is meant by disguised compliance, looks at how it harms children, and ends with tips for practice when working with families who display disguised compliance.

Government Response to Sir Martin Narey's Independent Review of Residential Care
The Government published it's response to Sir Martin Narey's Independent Review of Children's Residential Care in December 2016.



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