The Australian Safeguarding
Network is proud to present a free online webcast on Wednesday 17th October
2018 from 11am - 12pm (AEDT)
response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to
Child Sexual Abuse, many organisations have redoubled their efforts
to ensure they respond properly to known or suspected incidents of
abuse. Less attention has been given to how organisations might
prevent abuse from occurring in the first place. This webcast
outlines a prevention framework that focuses more on identifying
risky places and activities, than on trying to detect risky
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Stephen Smallbone worked as a prison psychologist before joining
Griffith University in 1998, and is now a Professor at the Griffith
Criminology Institute. Stephen’s research-practice team is
concerned primarily with understanding and preventing sexual
violence and abuse.
Stephen has provided expert evidence to the Queensland Child
Protection Commission of Inquiry and the Victorian Parliamentary
Inquiry into the Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and Other
Organisations, and was engaged by the Royal Commission into
Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse as an independent
expert witness in two of the Commission’s public hearings.
publications include the books:
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