Child sexual abuse material (CSAM) is a complex social phenomenon and its reduction necessitates a coordinated, multi-disciplinary, and holistic response. This toolkit presents an evidenced summary of current CSAM reduction practice and latest research, across several key disciplines: law, law enforcement, cyber, and therapeutic and educational responses.

The CSAM Reduction Toolkit is a practical guide for academics, government, and practice professionals, using the EMMIE framework to detail which approaches have empirical support, what factors produce positive outcomes, and the implementation considerations of these initiatives. The strategies documented in this toolkit are not recommendations but reflect current research and practice, enhancing knowledge-to-practice transfer and guiding future policy, practice, and research directions.

Get started by investigating strategies related to a specific discipline or by their role in the integrated public health model, which maps strategies to prevention targets: