Harmful sexual behaviour framework: An evidence-informed framework for children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviours (July 2016)

Harmful sexual behaviour framework: An evidence-informed framework for children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviours (July 2016)
Summary:

The NSPCC have developed the Harmful sexual behaviour framework. This framework aims to help youth justice practitioners improve multi-agency responses to children displaying harmful sexual behaviours. It aims to provide a coordinated and consistent approach to recognising the risks and needs of this vulnerable group. The framework was developed by the NSPCC in conjunction with Research in Practice and Professor Simon Hackett with input from a large number of national organisations, local authorities and subject experts.

You can also read more about the framework in a blog by the NSPCC's Development Manager, Pat Branigan.

 

 

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