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Attitudes towards Child Protection in Northern Ireland
The four Area Child Protection Committees (ACPCs) are responsible for developing a strategic approach to child protection within the Children’s Services Planning process In Northern Ireland. This NSPCC survey by Ipsos MORI was designed to examine levels of confidence among the general public in Northern Ireland in relation to recognise the signs of abuse; reporting behaviours and the experiences of parents on a range of issues including: Internet safety, Physical punishment, Bullying, Child protection in community and sporting organisations, and the Keeping Safe Curriculum in schools. The Survey’s key findings provide recommendations for possible actions to be taken by the ACPCs and the proposed Safeguarding Board in Northern Ireland (SBNI).
Leadership Briefing issue 6.12(72)