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NSPCC appoints BMRB for largest study of child maltreatment in UK. PDF Print E-mail
Written by BMRB   
03 Nov 2008


BMRB has been commissioned by the NSPCC to undertake the largest study of child maltreatment ever conducted in the UK.

The Survey of Children's Safety and Victimisation will interview 6000 respondents during 2009, and will focus on young people aged up to 24, with parents responding on behalf of the youngest children.

‘The NSPCC is very pleased that BMRB has been contracted to do this important survey,’ said Lorraine Radford, head of research at NSPCC.

‘We urgently need to know more about the current prevalence of violence and abuse to children and young people in the UK. We are hoping to use the findings to inform our activities to end cruelty to children.’
 

Last Updated ( 16 Jun 2009 )
 
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