By Marcus Erooga, Helen Masson
Featuring a close and coherent research, exploring the major points of operating with kids and teenagers with sexually destructive behaviours, this revised and increased quantity comprises clean and up-to-date chapters, which tackle context and structures concerns, evaluate and making plans, in addition to interventions and practitioner matters. the main themes coated contain: coverage, legislations, organizational contexts and repair provision within the united kingdom constructing a finished inter-agency method of reaction the administration of sexual behaviour difficulties in colleges and in placements review matters and resilience dependent methods the abuse of data applied sciences resembling cell phones and the net methods of intervention with kids and kids and their households subconscious methods in healing paintings and practitioner aid. Written by means of well-respected individuals during this box and in an available demeanour, this text will be a precious source to a few readers, together with scholars, skilled pros at front-line and managerial degrees, and lecturers with an curiosity during this zone of labor.
Read or Download Children and Young People Who Sexually Abuse Others PDF
Best abuse books
Habit destroys lives. within the Addicted mind, major neuroscientist Michael Kuhar, Ph. D. , explains how and why this happens–and offers advances in drug dependancy remedy and prevention. utilizing breathtaking mind imagery and different examine, Kuhar exhibits the strong, long term mind adjustments that medicines could cause, revealing why it may be so tough for addicts to flee their grip.
Normally baby sexual abuse has been perceived as a male crime, notwithstanding, fresh learn means that an important minority of offenders are lady. whereas spotting the significance of male perpetrators, this groundbreaking publication areas the habit of those offending ladies into social context, hard traditional perceptions of girl offenders, femininity, and mothering.
Firefighting burns in Aidan O'Neill's blood. The son of a fireman, O'Neill has a 6th feel approximately hearth and sometimes takes harmful hazards. whilst one act of disobedience approximately will get a rookie killed, O'Neill is suspended. His weeks off are meant to be a time to mirror yet as an alternative he escapes to Mexico, the place one other rash act of bravery really kills him.
Extra resources for Children and Young People Who Sexually Abuse Others
These tensions have wider significance in the light of other changes currently unfolding which include: • • • • the refocusing of child protection systems; the current consultation process (DoH, 1998) in relation to the revision of existing guidance on inter-agency working in child protection contained in Working Together (Department of Health, 1991b); the Sex Offenders Act, 1997; the Crime and Disorder Act’s provisions for the future prevention and management of youth crime (HMSO, 1998). Each of these developments will be explored and their implications for the management of juvenile sexual abusers.
Finally the document states the need for new guidance in order to address the inter-relationship between child protection and the new criminal justice processes for youth crime contained within the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act. The Sex Offenders Act 1997 The aim of this Act is to increase the ability of criminal justice agencies to monitor and share information on sexual offenders, and by doing so to develop more effective risk management plans in order to prevent re-offending. Indeed the Act is based on the premise of the high risk of recidivism in adult sex offenders.
These issues have been explored by Sanders and Ladwa-Thomas (1997) in a survey of the attitudes of fifty practitioners from three social work settings (child protection, children and families, and youth justice), probation officers and police in one Welsh authority. The greatest diversity of opinion was on views as to whether juvenile abusers should be seen as victims rather than perpetrators. Child protection specialists felt they should be seen as victims, in contrast to youth justice workers and police officers who felt they should be seen as offenders.