Home Office: Tackling Child Sexual Abuse Strategy 2021 | No strategy, few proposals and little money

A claim repeated by Home Secretaries of all stripes

The critique uses our default two column format to highlight the many shortcomings in the Home Office ‘strategy document’ which has the appearance of a defence document to assist the government minimise/dismiss any meaningful recommendations made in IICSA’s final report. This is expected in the first half of 2022.

Our critique is available here

October 5th, 2021|

Review of : “The Scale and nature of child abuse” by The Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse | Its value is limited

Before commenting on the report which was released on 9th June 2021,  it is necessary to make you aware that the ‘Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse’  is entirely funded by the Home Office which is trenchantly against the introduction of well-designed mandatory reporting of known and suspected child sexual abuse by those working in Regulated Activities (“RA”).

July 21st, 2021|