By Julia Davidson and Petter Gottschalk
Large format paperback, 208 pages
The internet has greatly facilitated the ways in which paedophiles can groom children and young people. This important book offers numerous new insights and, in the process, provide a sound conceptual approach to understanding continued development in:
Of immense value to anyone responsible for the care or safeguarding of children and young people, it is relevant to a wide range of practitioners, policy makers, managers, trainers, lecturers, researchers, students, as well as IT and knowledge management professionals. It places examples from current technology and laws within the rapidly developing international context of online child protection, and provide policy and practice information on:
Above all, this book demonstrates how people working in many different specialisms and countries can co-operate to help ensure children and young people remain safe online.
Dr Julia Davidson is Professor of Criminology and Sociology, and Director of Social Research at Kingston University. She is also Co-Director of the newly formed Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies. She has extensive experience of applied policy and practice research, and has directed work with young victims, serious violent and sexual offenders, criminal justice practitioners and sentencers. She is the author of Child Sexual abuse: Media Representations and Government Reactions (Routledge 2008).Dr Petter Gottschalk is Professor of Information Systems and Knowledge Management at the Norwegian School of Management. He teaches Knowledge Management in Law Enforcement and Organized Crime in the Norwegian Police University College, and has been managing director of several business enterprises including ABB Data Cables and the Norwegian Computing Centre. He is the author of knowledge Management in Policing and Law Enforcement (OUP 2007).
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