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Berkshire Western Safeguarding Children Partnership (in West Berkshire) Treatments Handbook

Peer-on-peer abuse may take different kinds, including ( not restricted to): serious bullying (including cyber- bullying), relationship punishment, domestic physical physical violence and punishment, youngster intimate exploitation, youth and severe youth physical physical violence, harmful intimate behaviour and/or prejudice-based physical violence including, although not limited by, gender-based physical physical violence.

On the web peer-on-peer abuse is any type of peer-on-peer punishment by having a electronic element, as an example, sexting, online abuse, coercion and exploitation, peer-on-peer grooming, threatening language delivered via on line means, the circulation of sexualised content, and harassment. " (Peer on Peer Abuse Toolkit - Farrer & Co).

You will need to look at the context for which any abuse that is peer-on-peer occurring, as this can notify the most effective to approach working together with and giving support to the son or daughter.