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Sexually harmful behaviours

We work with young people who have been involved in different types of offending behaviour including sexual offences.

We have staff that are trained to support young people and ensure that the public are protected in this work.

We work to the principle that all young people have the potential to change and we ensure that in this complex area of work we support and challenge young people to change their behaviour and ensure that they do not re-offend.

We have a long history of working in conjunction with the NSPCC to assess and address sexually harmful behaviours.

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