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IICSA Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse

An explorative study on perpetrators of child sexual exploitation convicted alongside others

References

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Cockbain, E., 2018. Offender and Victim Networks in Human Trafficking. Routledge.

HM Government, 2018. Working Together to Safeguard Children: A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. London: Department for Education.

Pancholi, S. and Palmer, E. (in preparation). Norm, whose norm? Group child sexual exploitation: how and why does it happen? Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Leicester, UK.

Walker, K., Pillinger, C. and Brown, S., 2018. Characteristics and motivations of perpetrators of child sexual exploitation. A rapid evidence assessment of research. Coventry University Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse.

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