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Local Information 1. Definition 'Sexual behaviours expressed by children and young people under the age of 18 years old that are developmentally inappropriate, may be harmful towards self or others, or be abusive towards another child, young person or adult'. The current definition of Sexual Abuse in Working Together to Safeguard Children is also relevant as it recognises that abuse can be perpetrated by children as well as adults. Risks Two thirds of contact sexual abuse is committed by peers; History of abuse, especially sexual abuse, can contribute to a child displaying harmful sexual behaviour; All children, including the instigator of the behaviour, need to be viewed as victims; Children have greater access to information about sex through technology and this has had an impact on their attitudes to sex and sexual behaviour; Children with harmful sexual behaviours who receive adequate treatment are less likely to go on to commit abuse as an adult compared to children who receive no support; Incidents of Harmful Sexual Behaviour should be dealt with under the specific child protection procedures which recognise the child protection and potentially criminal element to the behaviour. There should be a coordinated approach between the agencies; The needs of the children and young people should be considered separately from the needs of their victims; An assessment should recognise that areas of unmet developmental needs, attachment problems, special educational needs and disabilities may all be relevant in understanding the onset and development of abusive behaviour; The family context is also relevant in understanding behaviour and assessing risk. Indicators There are no diagnostic indicators in personal or family functioning that indicate a predisposition towards sexual offending although the following characteristics have been found in the background of some young people who sexually offend: Attachment disorders - poor nurturing and parental guidance; Domestic violence and abuse; Previous sexual victimisation - a younger age at the onset of the abuse is more likely to lead to sexualised behaviour; Social rejection and loneliness; Poor empathy skills.Harmful attitudes and ideas about sex and gender can support abusive sexual behaviour. It's important to challenge these ideas to help your child develop. AMENDMENT. This chapter was reviewed and updated in February Information was added with regard to Technology-assisted harmful sexual behaviour. MSB follows the Greater Manchester Protocol for Harmful Sexual Behaviours presented by children and young people which can be found in the relevant...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑
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