September Briefings

Children's Experiences of Help-seeking and Support after Sexual Abuse in the Family Environment - An Overview of the Research Paper
This briefing gives an overview of the findings of research carried out by University of Bedford and the NSPCC and published in their report Making Noise: children's voices for positive change after sexual abuse. It focuses on children's experience of help-seeking and support following identification of child sexual abuse in the family environment.

Keeping Children Safe Online
This briefing paper is the third instalment of this series of Keeping Children Safe Online, focusing on Digital Footprints and Location Settings. All users of the internet leave digital footprints and many Children and young people are not aware that they are sharing information about themselves unwittingly. This briefing looks at what a digital footprint is and some of the risks associated to it. It also provides a set of tips for professionals and young people themselves on how to stay safe online.

The National Referral Mechanism and Referring Potential Child Victims of Modern Slavery - A Guide
Recent figures from the National Crime Agency (NCA) show the number of identified cases of modern slavery has doubled in the last year. This briefing gives an overview of the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) and a quick guide on how to refer into the NRM child victims or potential child victims of trafficking and modern slavery, to ensure that those who are recognised and identified receive enhanced levels of immediate and sustained support.



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