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Key messages from research | Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse

The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse have published a new paper in their ‘Key messages from research’ series, focusing on intra-familial child sexual abuse. The paper brings together the existing research on intra-familial CSA into an accessible overview to support confident provision of effective responses.

You can read the paper and download PDF versions in English and Welsh here: Key messages from research on intra-familial child sexual abuse

The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse (CSA) has been established to help bring about significant and system-wide change in how child sexual abuse is responded to locally and nationally. Read more here.

The CSA Centre was was established to help bring about significant & system-wide change in how CSA is responded to locally & nationally. Call police on 999 or 101 to report abuse. Follow on Twitter: @CSACentre

 

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