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British Association for the Study and Prevention of

Child Abuse and Neglect

17 Priory Street


01904 613605


BASPCAN is primarily a membership association for professionals and volunteers working in the field of child protection who can demonstrate active participation or interest in the aims of the Association. It is the only multi-disciplinary association of its kind in the UK, bringing together personnel from all agencies who work in the field with children in need, and with those who are abused and neglected.

Bristol Crisis Service for Women


PO Box 654


BS99 1XH

0117 927 9600

Text: 07800 472908


Bristol Crisis Service for Women is a national organisation that supports girls and women in emotional distress.

We particularly help women who harm themselves (often called self-injury).

We have carried out extensive research with women who self-injure. Through our work we have developed a deep understanding of the reasons individuals harm themselves and of the things they may need to help them overcome their self-injury.

We also have wide experience of the concerns and needs of workers in different settings and disciplines, and in developing good working practice.

What we do:

  • We produce information and publications about self-injury
  • We offer talks and training courses to professionals
  • We support self-injury self-help groups



CCPAS (Churches Child Protection Advisory Service)

PO Box 133




0845 120 45 50


The Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS) is the only independent Christian charity providing professional advice, support, training and resources in all areas of safeguarding children and for those affected by abuse.

Our services are used not only by churches and groups across the denominational spectrum, but increasingly by other faiths as well as non-faith based organisations keen to utilise the resources and expertise we offer. We also give advice to Children's Services Departments, Police and other agencies across the UK.




CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection)

33 Vauxhall Bridge Road



0870 000 3344

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is dedicated to eradicating the sexual abuse of children. That means we are part of UK policing and very much about tracking and bringing offenders to account either directly or in partnership with local and international forces.

But our approach is truly holistic. Walk through the CEOP Centre today and within any one team you will find police officers specialising in this area of criminality working with professionals from the wider child protection community and industry. You will find seconded staff from organisations such as the NSPCC, teams sponsored by the likes of VISA and SERCO and experts from government and corporations such as Microsoft offering specialist advice and guidance.

That approach is dedicated to building up intelligence that in turn drives the business, informs our operational deployments, steers our CEOP Academy programmes to law enforcement, child protection and educational sectors and drives our dedicated Thinkuknow programme for children and parents of all ages.

It is an approach that sees the development of specialist areas such as our Behavioural Analysis Unit, our approach to victim identification or the development of our Child Trafficking Unit as well as filtering into all areas of our outreach activities such as the Most Wanted initiative and our public awareness plans.

In fact the real lifeblood of the CEOP Centre is intelligence - how offenders operate and think, how children and young people behave and how technological advances are developing - all are integral to what we are about and what we deliver.




15-19 Broadway


E15 4BQ

0208 519 2122

MIND Info Line: 0300 123 3393


Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. We work to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress by:

  • advancing the views, needs and ambitions of people with mental health problems
  • challenging discrimination and promoting inclusion
  • influencing policy through campaigning and education
  • inspiring the development of quality services which reflect expressed need and diversity
  • achieving equal rights through campaigning and education



National Society for the Prevention

of Cruelty to Children

Weston House

42 Curtain Road



0207 825 2500

Helpline 0808 800 5000


About the NSPCC

The London Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was founded in 1884.  It changed its name to The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) in 1889.  its aim then was to protect children from cruelty, support vulnerable families, campaign for changes to the law and raise awareness about abuse.  Today, the NSPCC looks very different, but its purpose remains the same: to end cruelty to children.

The NSPCC's work

We have 180 community-based projects and run the NSPCC Helpline and ChildLine in the UK and the Channel Islands.  Most of our work is with children, young people and their families.  We also work to achieve cultural, social and political change - influencing legislation, policy, practice, public attitudes and behaviours and delivering services for the benefit of young people.

Our aim

We want to see a society where all children are loved, valued and able to fulfil their potential. To do this, we have four objectives:

  • To mobilise everyone to take action to end child cruelty.
  • To give children the help, support and environment they need to stay safe from cruelty.
  • To find ways of working with communities to keep children safe from cruelty.
  • To be, and be seen as, someone to turn to for children and young people.

The Survivors Trust


Unit 2, Eastlands Court Business Centre

St Peter’s Road, Rugby


CV21 3QP

01788 550554


The Survivors Trust is a national umbrella agency for over 120 specialist voluntary sector agencies providing a range of counselling, therapeutic and support services working with women, men and children who are victims/survivors of rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse.

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