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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 others may find it of value. iKAAN is accessible on desktop, tablet and mobile phone.

How does it work?

Click here to watch a short video of iKAAN in action.

How do I get a login?

Appropriate adults

You can get free access to iKAAN if your scheme is a NAAN member. Ask your scheme co-ordinator for your Scheme Access Code (SAC). When registering, you will need enter your code and select "iKAAN User" under "User Group". Click here to create an account.

Scheme co-ordinators

If your scheme is a NAAN member, login using your normal details. 


If you are not part of a NAAN member scheme, you can apply for membership


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