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Strategic and operational consultancy to national and international agencies and organisations in relation to the investigation of child sexual abuse and non-familial child abduction/murder.


Training for all professionals to enhance their understanding of the behaviour of adult perpetrators of child sexual abuse.

Conference speeches (including keynote) and conference presentations/workshops.

Advice and comment to media agencies in relation to crime investigation particularly serious sexual crimes against adults and children and child abduction/murder.



What makes the perpetrators of child sexual abuse think and act the way they do? For many this question is unimaginable but for professionals involved in child protection the answer could provide that important clue, that vital final behavioural indicator that enables intervention before a young life is irreparably damaged. Paradoxically an in-depth understanding of perpetrator behaviour can also enable professionals working with survivors to get closer to the victim experience.

All the one-day courses shown below aim to explore and explain the psychological and criminological aspects of the behaviour of perpetrators of child sexual abuse. They can be delivered nationally or internationally to a multi-disciplinary audience or to specific agencies or organisations: The courses can also be mixed and matched to create a hybrid course that suits particular training needs.


  • Child Sexual Abuse: 'The perpetrators perspective'

  • Interviewing Child Sexual Abusers ‘What works and what doesn’t’

  • Child Sexual Exploitation: ‘An Insight into perpetrator behaviour in context’

  • Understanding the Behaviour of Non-Familial Child Abductors/Murderers

  • Applying Behavioural Analysis to the Investigation of Sexual Crime

  • Child Sexual Abuse Multi-Agency Working ‘Easier to say than do'

  • Assessing the Risk Posed by Adult Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse ‘Defensible decision making’

  • Evidence Based Policing ‘How it can influence investigation and child protection strategies’

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