The subject of the first roundtable was Preventing the Abuse of Children in Care: the Psychology of Individual Adult Abusers.
The roundtable discussions focused on the expert participants’ knowledge and understanding of the psychology of adult abusers. Th...
FOSTER CARE CASE STUDY HEARINGS TO BEGIN
Lady Smith, Chair of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry (SCAI) has today announced that public hearings examining the abuse of children in foster care will begin on Tuesday 3rd May. The Foster Care case study inclu...
Professor Andy Kendrick (Emeritus Professor, CELCIS, University of Strathclyde), Erin Lux, Sharon McGregor, and Richard Withington, wrote a report for the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry examining the establishment, nature, and development of a wide range of...
PREVENTING THE ABUSE OF CHILDREN IN CARE- THE PSYCHOLOGY OF INDIVIDUAL ADULT ABUSERS
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry (SCAI) will hold a two-day roundtable event examining the psychology of abusers on 22 and 23 March 2022.
Part of SCAI’s remit require...
Following the dismissal of the petition for Judicial Review, the decision was appealed by the BBC. The opinion of the Inner House of the Court of Session has now been issued. It allows the appeal. The background was:
“Following the raising of Employment T...
Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry Hearings: Commencement of Phase 7
Published on 06/12/2021
In May 2022 the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry will begin hearing evidence relating to Phase 7 of its investigations into the abuse of children in foster care. This evide...
Lady Smith has today, 10 November, published her findings in relation to the provision of residential care by the Marist Brothers at St Columba’s College, Largs, and St Joseph’s College, Dumfries between 1950 and 1981.
She concludes that children were a...
Phase 7: Foster Care Case Study
This announcement provides information about a future Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry (SCAI) case study. Commencing in Spring 2022, public hearings into the abuse of children in foster care will begin. This includes children...
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