What's new this month

Last updated: 13 Apr 2018 Topics: Safeguarding children Working with our partners Type: News article
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Here's a summary of the latest updates, changes and new content on the CPSU website and from our partners. 

Deaf and disabled topic page update

We’ve updated our topic page on working with deaf and disabled young people in sport. The new pages include more practical guidance for sports organisations on providing supportive, accessible sessions.

Making safe and fair membership decisions

This new publication from Nacro guides NGBs through the process of making responsible decisions about membership of people with criminal records.

Two new webinars for April and June

Responding to reports of non-recent historic abuse in sport

This new guidance raises awareness around non-recent abuse and how sports organisations should respond to reports.

Parents landing page

Our new parents section is now live and aims to bring together information for both parents and organisations, whilst sign-posting visitors to the most relevant information for them.

Steering clear of indecent images

We’ve uploaded a recording of our recent webinar with the Home Office on their indecent images of children campaign: No ifs, no buts, aimed to inform young men that viewing, sharing, making and distributing indecent images of under-18s is illegal.

'Is this sexual abuse?'

A new report from the NSPCC on peer sexual abuse looks into:

  • how abuse takes place
  • the impact it has on young people’s lives
  • how best to provide support after peer sexual abuse
  • how to prevent it from happening

Further information

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