Police responses to child sexual abuse 2010–2014, An analysis of administrative data for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
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This quantitative study was commissioned by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (the Royal Commission) and undertaken by researchers at the Centre for Population Health Research, Curtin University. The purpose of the research was two-fold. Firstly, researchers undertook a systematic statistical review of police reports relating to child sexual abuse across Australia to gain a better understanding of how police in all jurisdictions respond to and process reports of child sexual abuse... Secondly, researchers undertook a more detailed statistical analysis of the extent and nature of child-to-child sexual abuse reported to police.
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