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NSPCC Evaluation department Disclosure guidance

The Evaluation department is responsible for generating
learning from the NSPCC’s activities, including its direct
services to children. This reflects a key requirement of
the NSPCC strategy (2009) that: “learning will be at the
core of everything we do.” As well as being scientifically
robust the evaluations need to be conducted ethically and
safely. During their work evaluators may become aware
of safeguarding concerns for children and young people,
or health and welfare concerns for vulnerable adults. This
document sets out a framework for how evaluators should
respond to such concerns. The Evaluation department has
received training in the implementation of these guidelines
and further support requirements will be monitored.


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