Risk Outside The Home: Intervention and Disruption

Last week the NSCP concluded its quarterly focus on Risk Outside The Home (ROTH) with a session on Interventions and Disruption. Please see below for the links to the resources and guides we highlighted:

Safety Plans: This contains a range of case studies and example plans. These will be useful in providing ideas of how plans can be developed which directly address questions of safety and risk contextually. They can be accessed here.

Disruption: The National Working Group Toolkit provides a comprehensive overview the various mechanisms and processes that can support the disruption of perpetrators and sources of harm. This is a crucial element in engaging with contextual risks outside the home. This is available here.

Exploitation Tool Kit: This provides a good overview of criminal exploitation and county lines and provides useful insights and recommendations to professionals. Please click here to read more.

Securing Safety: This infographic provides a really helpful overview of things to take into consideration when young people may be moved out of area as part of a plan to keep them safe from risk outside the home. This is available here.

Child Exploitation Disruption Toolkit: This is produced by the Home Office and is a comprehensive guide for all professionals who work with young people who are at risk of exploitation. This can be read here.