Knowledge review to identify areas of best practice in response to CSA

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Knowledge review to identify areas of best practice in response to CSA

The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse works closely with a number of key partners to discover, develop and share knowledge to shape policy and practice on child sexual abuse in England and Wales.

The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse is committed to capturing the effectiveness of interventions with children and young people at risk of or experiencing all forms of sexual abuse; this includes services that work with children in or leaving care and children and young people with learning difficulties or disabilities. We are therefore pleased to invite tenders for a knowledge review of effectiveness of services responding to CSA.

How to apply

The Invitation to Tender (ITT) opens on the 11th May.

This ITT sets out the information which is required in order to assess the suitability of applicants.

The tender responses window closes at midday on the 30th May. After shortlisting we expect to invite prospective contractors in for interviews on the 5th June 2018. Applicants will be told if they are shortlisted on 1st June.

The budget section and timelines in the ITT have been updated, please see document below

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This tendering opportunity has now closed.  

CSA Offending Typology Development, Testing and Application

The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse works closely with a number of key partners to discover, develop and share knowledge to shape policy and practice on child sexual abuse in England and Wales.

The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse is committed to protecting children from child sexual abuse by building the evidence base of the prevention and disruption of offending and re-offending. We are therefore pleased to invite tenders for CSA Offending Typology Development, Testing and Application.

How to apply

The Invitation to Tender (ITT) opens at midday on the 3rd January.

This ITT sets out the information which is required in order to assess the suitability of applicants in terms of their skills in both qualitative and quantitative analysis, the capacity to apply this to framework development, and knowledge of applied testing to meet the supplier requirements of the ‘CSA Offending Typology Development, Testing and Application’. Familiarity of working with police records will be an advantage.

Any questions concerning the tender should be sent to us via email at info@csacentre.org.uk, no later than 10th January 2018. Responses to all received queries will be circulated on the 17th January 2018.

The tender responses window closes at midday on the 26th January 2018. After shortlisting we expect to invite prospective contractors in for interviews on the 23rd February 2018.

Download the full Invitation to Tender

Download appendix F – Draft Terms and Conditions of contract

Download appendix G – Due Diligence form

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