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NCAC Position Papers
NCAC frequently addresses emerging issues faced by child abuse response professionals around the world. Supported by research and current best practice, the NCAC provides written position statements on specific topics under debate and discussion within the field. read more
The NCAC Professional Bibliographies series provides guides to the literature for practitioners working with victims of child maltreatment and their caregivers. These bibliographies provide full citations and abstracts to research literature. read more
What’s New in CALiO™
Mandatory Reporting of Child Maltreatment and Abusive Head Trauma bibliographies have been updated. See the entire collection of bibliographies here.
The Office for Victims of Crime has published a new guide for practitioners and caregivers seeking to support child victims and/or witnesses participating in the justice system. Child Victims and Witnesses Support Materials
New NCAC Publication: Tips and Techniques for Interviewing Children on the Autism Spectrum
A new fact sheet, Children's Abilities to Date Events, has been added to NCAC's Fact Sheet Collection.
Over 70 publications covering many issues in Telehealth and Telemental health services are here.
Attorney’s Questioning of Children (Part 2) has been added to CALiO's Fact Sheet page
Read the new Updated Trends in Child Maltreatment, 2018
What’s New at the NCAC
- Hope Starts Here: Sherilyn’s Story
- The International Symposium on Child Abuse Goes Virtual
- Is there any parent around who wouldn’t love to have a child that could entertain themselves quietly?
- Pandemic-related shutdowns lead to substantial decrease in forensic interviews regarding allegations of child abuse