Organised abuse: the current debate
Peter C. Bibby
Arena, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 278 pages
This is the first Anglophone book covering the whole spectrum of organised abuse. It is intended to give the reader a basic understanding of how paedophiles work, how to intervene successfully and issues for the children, their families, front-line staff, their managers and the wider community, including international perspectives.
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An overview of the literature
How rings work
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