Child protection / CSE

This page lists Police Knowledge Fund products related to child protection, child abuse and child sexual exploitation (CSE).


Items are listed alphabetically by lead university. Details of each collaboration can be found on the PKF contacts page.


Bedfordshire
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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Disclosure or exposure? Why young people may not seek or want your help (at first). A briefing for the police

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: A Trauma-Informed Approach: Policing Responses to Child Sexual Exploitation

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Bedfordshire

​VLOG: A Trauma-Informed Approach: Policing Responses to Child Sexual Exploitation

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Why might some young people be reluctant to disclose CSE? What the police can do to respond

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Bedfordshire

​VLOG: Why might some young people be reluctant to disclose CSE? What the police can do to respond

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: CSE and the Victim-Perpetrator Overlap

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Bedfordshire

​VLOG: CSE and the Victim-Perpetrator Overlap

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Bedfordshire​

RESEARCH REPORT: A strategic needs assessment: Interim report

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Inspection and the policing of CSE – Learning from the Joint Targeted Area Inspections

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Bedfordshire
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Bedfordshire
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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Contextual Safeguarding, Child Sexual Exploitation and Related Vulnerabilities

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: New CSE definition and guidance

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: CSE-Meeting the challenge

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: East Midlands Policing Academic Collaboration

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS:  The Victim’s Journey

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: Frameworks and practice for addressing the perpetration of CSE

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS:  Youth transitions: Harmful sexual behaviours and contexts of harm

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: Multi-agency responses to peer on peer CSE: an interactive case study for policing

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: Police responses to community vigilance

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: Learning from practice- 'Co-location – the benefits and challenges for different partners'

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  10 Key Facts about Child Sexual Exploitation

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Bedfordshire
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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  ​Child sexual exploitation: a social model of consent

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Bedfordshire

VLOG:  ​Child sexual exploitation: a social model of consent

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Gang associated sexual violence and exploitation

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Bedfordshire

VLOG:  ​Gang associated sexual violence and exploitation

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Peer-on- peer child sexual exploitation

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Bedfordshire

​VLOG: Peer-on-peer child sexual exploitation

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Bedfordshire

WORKSHOP MATERIALS:  ​The 'Experts by Experience' (EBE) project

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Raising community awareness of child sexual exploitation

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Bedfordshire

VLOG:  Raising community awareness of child sexual exploitation


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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  ​Safeguarding teenagers from sexual exploitation and violence outside the home

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Bedfordshire

​VLOG:  Safeguarding teenagers from sexual exploitation and violence outside the home

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Bedfordshire

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  ​What young people affected by sexual exploitation have told us about the support they want from you

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Bedfordshire

VLOG:  ​What young people affected by sexual exploitation have told us about the support they want from you

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Bedfordshire

VLOG: Parents as partners in safeguarding children from sexual exploitation

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Bedfordshire

VLOG:  ​Managing child sexual exploitation workers in multi-agency teams

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Bedfordshire

​VLOG:  Making justice work for victims and witnesses in child exploitation cases

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Bedfordshire

VLOG:  Multi-dimensional safety for children in care affected by sexual exploitation

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Bedfordshire​

VLOG:  ​Successful reintegration for separated children

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Cambridge

THESIS:  Mapping child sexual exploitation: An exploratory analysis of spatial and temporal distributions in Thames Valley Police

Cambridge

THESIS:  Which children are the most vulnerable? A descriptive analysis of children exposed to domestic abuse


Keele

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: ​Regulating risk? Techniques and technologies used to prevent child sexual exploitation

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Liverpool John Moores

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  ​Frontline officers interaction with MASH: Respective awareness and understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

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Nottingham

EVENT INFORMATION:  ​Child maltreatment in families and children's homes

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Nottingham

EVENT INFORMATION:  ​Abuse, violence and sexual exploitation to children in the home and in the community

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Nottingham

JOURNAL ARTICLE:  ​The challenges of identifying and classifying child sexual abuse material

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Nottingham

RESEARCH REPORT:  ​Adverse childhood experiences: Project report

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Nottingham

WORKSHOP MATERIALS:  Missing children: Characteristics that predict repeat missing episodes

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Nottingham

JOURNAL ARTICLE: ​KIRAT: Law enforcement’s prioritization tool for investigating indecent image offenders

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​Open University

JOURNAL ARTICLE: Exploring Emotion Representation to Support Dialogue in Police Training on Child Interviewing

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