Immense problems with the recognition, assessment and management of sexual abuse continue: definitional boundaries expand; useful new research and practice wisdom take ideas forward; but official guidance is thin; and too much research is inaccessible. This significant new book addresses these challenges by building on and replacing Calder's "Complete Guide to Sexual Abuse Assessments" (RHP 2000). 'A one-stop guide to risk assessment...comprehensive and well-informed,' ("Community Care"), that book was 'plundered for ideas by practitioners and trainers alike.' ("Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry").With all the original material fully reworked and expanded, this new book updates assessment frameworks, incorporating latest research and practice wisdom; and adds several new frameworks, including those concerning rape, learning disability, the internet. Offering help undertaking or commissioning the most appropriate assessments, supporting reflective practice, and for anyone involved in child protection, safeguarding children or community safety, this essential guide is for practitioners, trainers and mangers who want to keep up, but are starved of the time and resources needed to read everything. Providing carefully selected and critical access to what is known, distilled in ways that are readily useful, it will also inform the work of academics, students and researchers.
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