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Inquiry Quarterly Statistics

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has now published statistics which provide an update on the Inquiry's three core projects - the Truth Project, investigations and public hearings, and research.

The statistical reports are published on a quarterly basis.

Statistics: July, August and September 2019

Download the statistics for this quarter:

Download(PDF 269.15 KB) IICSA Quarterly Statistics (Jul - Sept) (2019)

Truth Project

The Inquiry's Truth Project is focused on providing the opportunity for victims and survivors of child sexual abuse to share their experiences of abuse. Here are the latest figures for the Truth Project.

Expressions of interest
16,621
up by481 this quarter
Truth sessions attended
3,113
up by392 this quarter
Written accounts received
1,017
up by32 this quarter
Total experiences shared
4,130
up by424 this quarter

Getting in touch with the Inquiry

People get in touch with the Inquiry for a variety of reasons; for example, to ask questions, provide information to the investigations or express an interest in taking part in the Truth Project. These charts show the amount of correspondence received by the Inquiry each month by method of communication.

Total correspondents
22,771*
Up by 714 this quarter

*Phone refers to the number of relevant calls received by our Inquiry Information Line. Likewise, email covers the main contact email addresses for getting in touch with the Inquiry. There is a possibility of duplication with correspondents.

Pieces of correspondence

Investigations and Public Hearings

The Inquiry is conducting 13 investigations into institutional failure to protect children from sexual abuse.

total pages of evidence

to date have been received and processed by the Inquiry.

2,101,747
Up by 54,546 this quarter
days

of public and premlinary hearings completed

219
days

of public and preliminary hearings planned up to the end of February 2020

39
witnesses

have given evidence to the Inquiry, including core participants

429
documents

in total have been received by the Inquiry

179,314

Research and Seminars

The Research team brings together, in one place, what is already known about child sexual abuse and finds the gaps in our knowledge. The team supports the Inquiry to ask the right questions of the Institutions it is investigating. It also carries out new research and is responsible for analysing the information the Inquiry receives through the Truth Project.

1,489

Reports reviewed

Ongoing research projects
6
  • Truth Project analysis
  • Perpetrators of sexual exploitation
  • Safeguarding in residential schools
  • Online safety education
  • Support services for victims and survivors
  • BAME communities
Research reports published
13

The research reports include Rapid Evidence Assessments (REAs) to establish what is already known and primary research reports to fill specific knowledge gaps.

Seminars

conducted on the following topics...

8
  • The civil justice system - November/December 2016
  • Criminal injuries compensation - February 2017
  • Preventing and responding to child sexual abuse - April 2017
  • Victims and survivors' experiences: impacts, support services and redress - July 2017
  • Health sector - September 2017
  • Criminal justice system - November 2017
  • Social and political narratives about child sexual abuse - February 2018
  • Mandatory reporting: existing reporting obligations - September 2018
For enquiries please email: analytics@iicsa.org.uk
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