We provide a range of services for organisations, professionals and the public including: risk assessments and intervention; expert training; specialist consultancy, and public education.
Many of our services are used by both professionals and members of the public, so please use the links below to explore our areas of work.
You can email email@example.com or call 01372 847160 for further information, or if you have any questions.
If you are seeking confidential advice, please call the Stop it Now! Helpline on 0808 1000 900 or click here for our secure messaging service.
We provide advice, risk assessments and intervention for adult male and female child sexual offenders, alleged offenders, and young people, as well protective parenting assessments. We also provide impact/vulnerability assessments for victims of child sexual exploitation, as well as AIM2 assessments.
Our child sexual abuse and exploitation training is delivered by experienced practitioners and tailor-made to meet your needs and the needs of your staff and organisation. Our packages are compiled so that attendees can immediately implement what they have learned into their working practice.
We offer expert advice and support for any organisation including statutory agencies, charities, voluntary sector organisations and community groups as well as commercial companies. This includes case consultancy in relation to individual child abuse cases for child and public protection professionals and advice on making organisations safer for children and young people.
Our confidential, Freephone helpline is available to any adult concerned about child sexual abuse including those concerned about their own thoughts or behaviour towards children; those worried about the sexual behaviour of another adult, or child or young person; or any other adult with a concern about child sexual abuse including survivors and professionals. Our Stop it Now! campaigns in Scotland and Wales work to build public confidence in recognising and responding to concerns about the sexual abuse and exploitation of children, and deliver direct services.
Inform Plus is our psycho-educational programme for those who have been arrested, cautioned or convicted in connection with online indecent images of children. It offers support, advice, and information with a view to reducing the risk of future offending.
Inform is our educative course for the partners, relatives and close friends of people who have been arrested in connection with online indecent images of children. It offers a safe space in which people who are struggling with the emotional and practical impact of Internet offending can bring their questions and anxieties and begin to explore them in a supportive environment.
Inform Young People is our programme for young people with concerning online sexual behaviour, as well as their families. It addresses behaviour such as 'sexting' or possession/distribution of indecent images of children, as well as risk taking behaviours online, such as accessing adult pornography.
Our online self-help tool is for those concerned about their online behaviour, or that of a loved one. It offers information and advice for users of illegal online sexual images, helping to cope with difficult emotions and to change problematic behaviours. It also offers information and advice for their family and friends, and has a section for professionals working with those who have problematic internet behaviour.
Our Get Support website hosts information and support for people troubled by their sexual thoughts about children and young people. It offers help to cope with unwanted feelings and urges; and guidance about how to manage problematic behaviour. There is also a section for adult family members and friends of people who they suspect or know may be engaging in inappropriate sexual behaviours involving children.
Circles are an innovative and successful community contribution to reducing sexual offending. Our staff have a wealth of experience in all aspects of Circle activity including volunteer recruitment and training and core member selection and assessment.
We can deliver public education and awareness sessions which help communities and individuals prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation before it happens. Sessions are for parents, carers and those who work with children and families, as well as for children and young people.
Our Parents Protect! website hosts information and advice for all adults on how to protect children from sexual abuse. It also hosts a 30 minute learning programme which aims to answer questions and give adults the information, advice, support and facts they need to help protect children
ECSA is our online toolkit for people around the world to use when looking to tackle the problem of child sexual abuse. It includes guidance on developing a child sexual abuse prevention strategy and example interventions from across the globe.
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