Towards safer organisations II: using the perspectives of convicted sex offenders to inform organisational safeguarding of children

Research that presents the findings of research undertaken by an NSPCC Research Team from 2008–2010 with 27 adults convicted of sexual offences against children committed whilst in organisational positions of trust.

The primary aims of the research was to identify organisational risk factors and the way in which convicted sex offenders accessed organisations, in order to propose good practice in recruitment and within work settings with children and young people so that they can be better safeguarded against abuse and exploitation.

Author: 
Marcus Erooga
Author: 
Debra Allnock
Author: 
Paula Telford
Publisher: 
NSPCC
Published: 
2012
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