Sexually Harmful Behaviours Guide
Knowing how to identify and respond to sexual behaviours in children and young people helps professionals to support the development of health sexuality and protect young people from harm or abuse.
The NSCB have produced a guide to identifying, understanding and responding to potentially harmful sexual behaviours in children and young people. Within this guide you will find practice examples as well as the Brook Traffic Light Tool to help you identify and offer appropriate support to children and young people.
Having viewed the document and worked through the traffic light tool you still have concerns about the potentially Harmful Sexual behaviours being displayed by a child or young person the visit the NSCB Procedures Manual to find out you next steps.
Last updated: 01 September 2017