Stop it Now! Scotland
Who we are
Martin Henry, National Manager DSW, CQSW, M.Phil
Martin serves on a wide range of national and Government Working Parties on Child and Public Protection including the National Steering Group for Safeguarding in Sport; the Scottish Coalition for Young Runaways; the Safeguarding Commission of the Conference of Religious in Scotland; the Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Survivors of Childhood Abuse; the ACPOS Child Protection and Offender Management Working Groups; and the National Strategic Group for Investigative Interviewing of Child Witnesses.
Martin has been a lecturer/consultant at the Scottish Police College since 1993 and is a member of the Scottish Executive Committee of the National Organisation for the Treatment of Abusers. Martin presents/lectures regularly in Scotland, the UK, Eastern and Western Europe and the United States.
Carol Robinson, Project Officer (Prisoners Information Project) P.G Dip (CP Studies)
She was involved in the set up of the first multi agency Family Protection Unit in Edinburgh and assisted in the review of Joint Interviewing of Child witnesses in Scotland. In 2007-2008 she was the project officer for Lothian and Borders Police on the HMIE inspection of Child Protection Services and gave the Police response to the City of Edinburgh. During her police service she gained a post graduate Diploma from Dundee University in Child Protection.
She took up the post of Project Manager with Stop it Now! Scotland in January 2011. Carol is also a Sessional Group Facilitator on our Inform and Inform Plus programmes for internet offenders and their families.
William Manson, Project Officer (Community Engagement and Community Disclosure)
Fiona Mackay, Programme Co-ordinator (Internet Offence Services) HND, CQSW
She has 26 years experience in both child protection and criminal justice social work, initially in Edinburgh, then for 10 years in the Surrey Probation Service before returning to her native Scotland to take up the post of Associate National Adviser in Safeguarding to the Church of Scotland.