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Peer-on-Peer Abuse and Child Criminal Exploitation CSPR

A Thematic Cross-Border Child Safeguarding Practice Review

This Child Safeguarding Practice Review (CSPR) was jointly commissioned by Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership, South Gloucestershire Children’s Partnership and North Somerset Safeguarding Children Partnership. The review followed a series of rapid reviews undertaken between 2018 and 2021 involving eight young people impacted by peer-on-peer abuse and knife crime.

Read the full Child Safeguarding Practice Review:

Peer-on-Peer Abuse and Child Criminal Exploitation CSPR (2021)

An Easy Read version of the report is also available to read:

Peer-on-Peer Abuse and Child Criminal Exploitation CSPR Easy Read

The three safeguarding partnerships have produced a joint response to the review and findings, read the response:

Joint Partnership Response to the Thematic CSPR

A briefing has been created to allow the learning to be shared with practitioners in a bite-size format. This briefing can be used for individual learning, team meetings, staff briefings, training and more – please share with your colleagues and teams.

Peer-on-Peer Abuse and Child Criminal Exploitation CSPR – Practitioner Learning Briefing

 

Where can I get support for a young person in Bristol?

Click here to find out about the support available for young people experiencing criminal exploitation, serious violence, drug dealing and knife crime