Contextual Risk, Individualised Responses: An Assessment of Safeguarding Responses to Nine Cases of Peer-on-Peer Abuse

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

This article explores safeguarding responses to peer-on-peer abuse using the results of an in-depth study of nine police investigation files where a young person either raped or murdered a peer.

Assessments focused on individual behaviours rather than addressing contexts. Picture: Hanna/Adobe Stock
Assessments focused on individual behaviours rather than addressing contexts. Picture: Hanna/Adobe Stock

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