NSPCC: Online abuse: learning from case reviews

People who work with children and young people should be able to raise awareness about online safety and encourage them to talk about what they do online and who they communicate with.

The learning from these reviews highlights that professionals need to be able to recognise online abuse and understand the complex ways in which it can take place.

The NSPCC briefing is based on case reviews published since 2008, where online abuse was a key factor. It pulls together and highlights the learning contained in the published reports.  It is a very easy and interesting read. Well worth taking a few minutes to look at this.