Information service

Last updated: 04 Sep 2018
Sharing knowledge

Sharing knowledge to protect children in the UK

Our Knowledge and Information Service provides quick and easy access to the latest child protection research, policy and practice.

We answer over a thousand enquiries every year helping professionals find the information and resources they need to keep children safe.

If you can't find the answers you're looking for, contact our information specialists. We can create tailored reading lists, find specific statistics, recommend resources and carry out complex literature searches, all for free.

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Email us: learning@nspcc.org.uk

Call us: 0116 234 7246

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Customer reviews

Customer reviews

"Thank you so much for turning this around so quickly. The NSPCC library lists look excellent and are likely to contain a number of papers that have yet to be identified by the team"

University Teacher

"Gosh. What a very helpful reply. There's so much for me to get my teeth into here. Thank you very much for going to so much trouble for me. It will be most helpful in keeping parents' fears for the future of their children in a hopeful perspective"

Counselling Psychologist

"I must start by saying thank you so much for taking the time to provide me with this list. I think that this service is absolutely fantastic. I had a look at the list and it is exactly what I am looking for. Once again thank you for your help"

Community Partnership Advisor

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Email us: learning@nspcc.org.uk

Call us: 0116 234 7246

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How we can help

How we can help

Our team of information professionals:

  • produce information, briefings and summaries of research which are all available on NSPCC Learning
  • compile email alerts to keep you up-to-date with the latest evidence, policy, research and practice on child protection and related subjects
  • index and abstract new publications and resources in our free-to-access library catalogue, part of the Social Policy and Practice database
  • find the answers to your questions by searching databases, compiling reading lists and drawing upon NSPCC expertise
  • help visitors to access books and journals when they are using the NSPCC Library, based in London.

Ask our information specialists

Email us: learning@nspcc.org.uk

Call us: 0116 234 7246

Contact us online