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Interview Practices in Policing

In today's episode Steve Myers, Vice-Chair of the AoCPP, is speaking to Dr Rob Ewin about interview practices in policing....
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Call for Abstracts: Child Sexual Abuse and Racialisation

Special Issue on Child Sexual Abuse and Racialisation: Race, Ethnicity, Religion and Community Guest Editors: Jahnine Davis and Sukhwant Dhaliwal...
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AoCPP response to the Whyte Report

“After two years of awaiting  publication of the Whyte report on mistreatment of athletes within the sport of gymnastics, the...
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Child Abuse Review Special: Meet the Co-Editors with Kish Bhatti-Sinclair and Lisa Bunting

Today's episode is a Child Abuse Review Special where we hear from researchers, academics and practitioners who've published articles in...
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AoCPP Postion Statement on the Independent Review of Children's Social Care.

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) have been carefully considering the contents of the Independent Review of Children’s Social...
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Unregulated Placements: Lived Experience and What Needs to Change with Rebekah Pierre

In today's episode Penny Earney, Director of the Association of Child Protection Professionals introduces our Special Interest Group (SIG) focusing...
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AoCPP Position Statement on Smacking

The AoCPP welcomes the recent call by the Children's Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel de Souza, to ban the corporal...
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Children and Young People in Care and Care Experienced: Introducing our SIG w/ Penny Earney

In today's episode Wendy Thorogood, Director of the Association of Child Protection Professionals introduces our Special Interest Group (SIG) focusing on Children and Young People in Care and Care Experienced. Wendy is joined by the SIG Chair Penny Earney.
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