Paedophiles, Child Abuse and the Internet: A Practical Guide to Identification, Action and Prevention
This book explains how and why the Government's healthcare policies and modernisation programme have had and will continue to have a major impact on the lives of individual general medical practitioners. Eminent contributors examine critical features of the modernisation programme including managing demand the application of triage and clinical governance and discuss what patients and doctors can expect in the future and where the health service is going.
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Typical and identifiable behaviour selection of victims and
What stops a child reporting abuse and pointing out the abuser?
Section One conclusion
Recognisable signs of a child suffering sexual abuse
Section Two conclusion
Paedophiles using the Internet targeting grooming and entrapment
Exercise plan risk assessment
Police and social services procedures
Appendix A Parents who to contact
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