The main aim of this DVD is to look at the skills which are commonly used for both handling disclosure and interviewing adults who may be at risk of harm. Any worker who might receive a disclosure about abuse needs to respond correctly, that is, they must not contaminate evidence by asking leading questions. Case studies are used to illustrate what to do when a disclosure is given by either a victim or abuser. The DVD also looks at how to interview victims, abusers and other people who may have evidence. Consideration is given to structuring a disclosure or interview, the use of questions and body language. Therefore, this DVD will be relevant to a wide range of professionals, workers, volunteers and advocates.