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Harmful Sexualised Behaviour: learning from case reviews

NSPCC Briefing:

Summary of risk factors and learning for improved practice around harmful sexualised behaviour

The learning from these reviews highlights that children who display Harmful Sexualised Behaviour (HSB) need support and understanding. HSB should be recognised as a potential indicator of abuse and professionals should work together to look for the reasons behind a child's behaviour and consider appropriate safeguarding responses.

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