Identifying and understanding child sexual offending behaviours and attitudes among Australian men

Michael Salter, Delanie Woodlock, Tyson Whitten, Matt Tyler, Georgia Naldrett, Jan Breckenridge, Justine Nolan, Noam Peleg

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Abstract

This project aimed to inform efforts to better detect and prevent child sexual abuse through a rigorous analysis of the prevalence and attitudinal, behavioural and demographic correlates of sexual feelings and/or offending against children amongst Australian men. The research measured the prevalence of offending and risk behaviours and attitudes amongst of a weighted sample of 1,945 Australian men over 18 years of age.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSydney, NSW
PublisherUNSW
Commissioning bodyWestpac's Safer Children, Safer Communities program
Number of pages56
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2023

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