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What is iKAAN?

iKAAN (pronounced "I can") is the Internet Knowledgebase for the AA Network.

It brings together legislation, case law, policy and best practice on the treatment of children and mentally vulnerable adults who are detained or questioned by police.

It is aimed at trained appropriate adults, though other professionals may find it of value. Please note that, while it may be of assistance to untrained AAs (such as parents), it has not been produced with them in mind. 

iKAAN works in a web browser, making it accessible on desktop, tablet and mobile phone. Click here to watch a short video of iKAAN in action.


How do I get a login?

Appropriate adults (NAAN member scheme) 

  1. You can get free access to iKAAN.
  2. Ask your scheme co-ordinator for an access code.
  3. Click here to create an account

Scheme co-ordinators (NAAN member scheme)

  1. Simply login using your normal details. 

All others

  1. You or your organisation can apply for membership; or
  2. You can become an individual supporter of the charity (instant access)
  3. Alternatively, you can download our free guidance for untrained AAs.
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