A selection of published research reports, arranged by year.
Small selection of the Glasgow Centre for the Child & Society publications and materials produced by, or involving, centre staff.
The sixth, two yearly national analysis of such reviews (from 1 April 2009 - 31 March 2011) and the fourth undertaken. It produces a number of new insights alongside the recurring messages for practice. It also adds to the cumulative research knowledge of these cases helping to identify patterns and deviations from patterns over time.
A piece of rapid response work between April and July 2012 to independently evaluate the impact that the flexibilities granted to the trial authorities have had on practice and service responses to safeguard children from harm.
Series of videos from the BBC which are ideal for child protection training for anyone who comes into contact with children through their work.
Report designed to provide information on the impending changes to safeguarding as a result of the Munro Review of child protection and subsequent revised draft guidance on Working Together.
The report explores and reflects on the implications of policy changes for voluntary and community sector organisations working with children, young people and families.
Website of WithScotland (formerly SCCPN and MARS), a national resource for the benefit of everyone in Scotland involved in protecting children.
Assessment which represents the most up-to-date understanding of the current level of threat posed by child sexual exploitation and abuse. It takes into account information received by CEOP from industry, the public and law enforcement. This engagement with partners allows for current threats to be outlined and for the identification of areas in need of greater understanding.
Report that highlights the achievements of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre for the past year and outlines its intentions for the coming year.
Fact sheet that provides a brief introduction to some of the key legislation that protects children and young people in the UK. It is not comprehensive and does not constitute legal advice.