The high profile reporting of child sexual abuse carried out by Jimmy Savile over decades has had far reaching-consequences, raising public awareness and concern, yet we continue to uncover new cases of institutional abuse which have been taking place under the radar for years.
This book distils the learning from 80+ public inquiries relating to Savile as well as related cases of institutional abuse and analyses the key findings. It examines what we now know about offending within organisations and institutions, and how organisational failures can enable abusers. Each chapter also outlines solutions, offering perspectives for individuals and organisations on what practical action they can take to minimise risk in the settings in which they work.
The book includes chapters specifically dedicated to the NHS, sports organisations and schools, and is necessary reading for professionals with responsibility for safeguarding in any setting.
|Publisher:||Kingsley, Jessica Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.71(d)|
About the Author
Table of ContentsPreface. Marcus Erooga, Independent Safeguarding Consultant. 1. Savile's sexual offending - what do we know? Marcus Erooga, Independent Safeguarding Consultant. 2. Savile - the learning from the inquires. Marcus Erooga, Independent Safeguarding Consultant. 3. Organisational Sex Offenders And 'Institutional Grooming': Lessons From The Savile And Other Inquiries. Professor Anne-Marie McAlinden, School of Law, Queens University, Belfast. 4. Thinking Beyond a Single Type of Organisational Offender. Marcus Erooga, Independent Safeguarding Consultant. 5. New technologies and organisational offenders. Dr. Ethel Quayle, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of Edinburgh. 6. Applying A Situational Prevention Lens To The Savile Case: Enhancing Understanding and Providing A Template For Strengthening Organisational Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. Professor Keith Kaufman, Miranda Sitney, Alyssa Glace, Kelly Stewart, Judith Zatkin and Erin McConnell. Graduate Students, Department of Psychology, Portland State University. USA. 7. Engaging the Public through Messaging and Bystander Actions. Joan Tabachnick, DSM Consulting & Karen Baker, Chief Operating Officer, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, USA. 8. What survivors tell us about facilitating earlier disclosure. Jon Brown, Head of Development and Impact, NSPCC. 9. Operation Yewtree: A Watershed Moment. Peter Spindler, Honorary Fellow, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, Portsmouth University. 10. Savile and the National Health Service. Joanne Durkin, Independent Consultant in Safeguarding and Organisational Development interventions and Marcus Erooga, Independent Safeguarding Consultant. 11. After Savile: Implications for Education settings. Jane Wonnacott, Director , In-Trac Training and Consultancy & Jane Wonnacott Safeguarding Consultancy Limited; Jane Foster, Farrer & Co. and Hilary Shaw, Safeguarding and Child Protection Schools and Education Officer, London Tri Borough area. 12. Safeguarding in Sports. Jane Foster, Consultant, Alice Cave, Associate, Adele Eastman, Senior Associate, David Smellie, Partner and Maria Strauss, Senior Associate, Child Protection Unit, Farrer & Co., London. Appendix.