Facing the Challenge of Peer on Peer Abuse in Schools and Colleges

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Peer-on-Peer Abuse

Peer-on-peer abuse is a growing concern and one that we have little reliable data on at present. There is evidence to suggest that criminal exploitation and sexual abuse, both directly and in the form of grooming, are among the biggest concerns but peer-on-peer abuse can also include bullying, cyber-bullying and gang activity.

What is Covered

In this webinar, John Woodhouse (Co-Founder of the Safeguarding Network) covered the essential information your staff need in order to effectively respond to and prevent incidents of peer-on-peer abuse in your school or college. John provides information on how to identify signs and symptoms, contextual safeguarding, vulnerable groups and more.

This webinar was recorded live with John Woodhouse, Co-Founder of Safeguarding Network, on Tuesday 22nd April 2020. 

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