Increasing Safety and the Resilience of Children at Risk of Technology-assisted Child Sexual Abuse: Implementation Evaluation for InCtrl

A summary of the results of evaluation of the NSPCC InCtrl programme. This is a preventative service that aims to support children to safely enjoy online life by increasing safe online behaviours and digital resilience. The implementation evaluation examined (1) the feasibility of the pilot service, (2) whether the theory of change for InCtrl is evidenced, and (3) the factors that were barriers and facilitators to service delivery. Using mixed methods, the evaluation included analysis of case record data for 162 children referred to InCtrl during the pilot; two online surveys completed by practitioners; and 32 qualitative interviews and focus groups held with children, parents/carers and NSPCC staff.

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/151-increasing-safety-and-resilience-children-risk-technology-assisted-child-sexual-abuse

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