Welcome

BASPCAN is a registered charity and membership association providing education and professional development opportunities for child protection professionals, whilst also seeking to educate and inform the general public.

Membership is welcomed from the fields of social work, medicine, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, legal and law enforcement agencies, probation, education and academia, as well as related welfare and voluntary groups across England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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Child Abuse Review

An inter-professional journal for research, practice and policy in child maltreatment. The Journal is a forum for all professionals working in the field of child protection, providing access to the latest research, practice developments and policy issues.

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Membership

Be part of the growing network of professional involved in safeguarding children. BASPCAN members access a range of benefits, including a subscription to the Child Abuse Review, discounted rates at conferences and much much more.

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Events

One of our prime objectives is to provide accessible and high quality, up-to-date training at low cost. BASPCAN run learning events: national and branch conferences, seminars and study days throughout the five nations, as well as a triennial congress.

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Latest news

Weekly and Monthly News Updates

Weekly and Monthly updates regularly added. Visit the latest news updates from various organisations: CASPAR, Keith Driver Information Updates Safeguarding Procedures,

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Invitation to the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse

The role of the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse is to identify, generate and share high quality evidence on what works to prevent and tackle child sexual abuse, including child sexual exploitation. It will also focus on turning evidence into practical solutions for practitioners and commissioners across local authorities, police, health services and … Continued

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