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Safeguarding Briefing: Bruises Burns and Scalds Protocol

Book your place on the briefing to learn more about:

The briefing will take place on Monday 4th March 2019, 1.30-3.30pm at Brian Jackson House, KSCB Training Room (Basement level—B16), 2 New North Parade, Huddersfield, HD1 5JP.

You can book your place on the briefing by logging into the KSCB Course Management System.

For further information, about the briefing please click here.

West Yorkshire Police Launches New Clare's Law Campaign

West Yorkshire Police have launched a new campaign encouraging anyone with concerns about their current or ex-partner to use their 'right to ask' to check whether they have a history of domestic abuse.

For further information, go to the PCC website or KSCB Twitter


The ‘Hub of Hope’ is an online platform and Mobile Phone App that is free to download and access.  It provides an online registry of local and national services that are in place to help people with a variety of mental health issues.  The App has been designed by the charity ‘Chasing the Stigma’ and whilst still in the fairly early stages of development, it does contain an extensive list of organisations available to help people.

Staff may find the service useful either in a personal capacity or to help colleagues, or during their interactions with members of the public who are suffering with mental health problems. 

The App does not require you to enter any personal details – simply a location or postcode will return a list of organisations available along with their contact details.

The creators are looking to get this App installed on Galaxy devices in the New year, but in the meantime it can accessed via, or by downloading the App onto your mobile phone.


Click here for the December Key Messages


Our new address is:

Brian Jackson House
2 New North Parade
Huddersfield HD1 5JP.

*The KSCB has a dedicated training room at Brian Jackson House, where the majority of KSCB training will be held

Safer Internet Day 2019

Safer Internet Day 2019 is on Tuesday, 5th February 2019.
If you haven't registered your organisation's support yet, there's still time! Please register by clicking here


KSCB are pleased to present the new Neglect Strategy which will shape and progress our work in this key are over the next 12 months and beyond. To view the strategy click here


This document is a slimmed down version of Good practice guidance on working with parents with a learning disability (2007).
The link for the full version is in the bibliography of this document. To view the document click here 


Click here to view a leaflet about what to expect during family court proceedings, support and legal advice available and how the police can help.


When working in the arena of safeguarding children and young people, it is inevitable that at times there will be professional disagreement between agencies. Whilst this is accepted, it is vital that such disagreements are not allowed to adversely affect the outcomes for children and young people. Professional disagreement is only dysfunctional if it is not resolved in a constructive and timely way. This protocol therefore, provides a process for resolving professional disagreements between agencies.

Click here to go to the webpage


The BBC Children in Need Emergency Essentials Programme is delivered by Family Fund Business Services (FFBS). It aims to provide grant items that meet children and young peoples’ most basic needs or are critical to their wellbeing.  It supports children and young people who are facing exceptionally difficult circumstances.

They can deliver or fund critical items such as:

Becoming a referrer & supporting the families you work with:

The grant is a referrer only programme and we want to work with as many organisations as possible in order to reach the families who are eligible for the grant. 

You can find more information & register as a referrer on our website:  

All applications are done through the referrer’s online portal. All staff need to register individually as separate referrers so that they can access their portal & track their applications.

You can find out more information about our eligibility criteria & what being a referrer for the grant means in these guidelines:



The Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) is the UK’s leading charity working to reduce the number of children and young people killed, disabled or seriously injured in accidents.

Their website contains important information around safety on holiday, In-car safety,  safety equipment and much more. Take a look here 


The fun new runner-style game for 8-10 year olds – is now live on the Thinkuknow website.
The game features some familiar faces: Sam, Alfie and Ellie from the Play Like Share animations are continuing their adventures and helping children to  build their knowledge, confidence and skills to stay safe from sexual abuse and other risks they might encounter online.
Band Runner is hosted on an all-new Thinkuknow website for 8-10 year olds.
A key area of the new site is the ‘Stay Safe’ zone where Sam, Ellie and Alfie share child-friendly advice based upon their adventures in the films. The zone is divided into six  topic areas: Play, Like, Share, Chat , Lock, and Explore.
Children can visit the ‘Worried About Something?’ page which provides advice and support on how to get help if something worrying has happened online.
You can download the guidance for professionals, which includes a lesson plan on using Band Runner with children and young people here. The game and website can also be accessed by parents and carers with their children at home, and you can find information to share with parents and carers here.
Please note that Band Runner will replace our older 8-10s resource the Cyber Café. The Cyber Café will stay live here until 21st December 2018 to give you time to wrap up any work in which it features, at which point it will be retired for good. 


Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board is seeking to appoint two Non-Executive Members to represent the local community. This is a great opportunity to help us to ensure that all partner agencies are safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and
young people across the district.

For further details please see the job advert and the Board Lay Member Pack.

If you have any further questions about the role of a Non-Executive Member please do not hesitate to contact the KSCB on:

Tel: 01484 225161 or by email: and 



The Duty & Advice team now have a new phone number for professionals to be able to speak directly to a Social Worker without going through customer services or the automated system. The original number is still in place for members of the public.

Please see the table below which provides all the numbers being used.


Following the introduction of new GDPR legislation last week, click here to view our Privacy Statement.

If you have any questions about our Privacy Statement, please contact the KSCB office by email at or by phone on 01484 225161 


The council have appointed a new Schools Safeguarding Officer, Michelle Hodges.
(Please note this service is managed by the Kirklees Learning Service)

Telephone number: 01484 221919


West Yorkshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) have launched a new campaign to highlight the consequences of looking at indecenet images of children online and to encourage them to seek help to change their behaviour.

For more information on the campaign visit -


These workshops are for people who work with, or those whose job brings them into contact with, children, young people and their families, whether full or part time, paid or voluntary. These will give you a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of restorative approaches.

To book on to a workshop, please follow the link below: 


The Home Office has launched a public consultation “Transforming the response to domestic abuse”. 

The consultation responses will shape the response to domestic abuse at every stage, from prevention through to rehabilitation. The questions reference the connections and provisions of cross-sector agencies and departments and reinforces the Government’s aim to make domestic abuse everybody’s business.

By consulting, the aim is to harness the knowledge and expertise of charities and specialist organisations and professionals across policing, criminal justice, health, welfare, education and local authorities who deal with these issues everyday. Throughout the twelve week period the government will be listening to our partners, to the many organisations and their staff working to tackle domestic abuse, and to the public. To anyone who has been affected by domestic abuse or knows of someone who has.

The pack links to information, to the consultation document itself and downloadable content to support you in doing two things. Firstly: participating in the consultation and sharing your views. And secondly, spreading the message and inviting others to take part in a national conversation on how we can transform the response to domestic abuse.


Kirklees/Calderdale Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre (KCRASACC) have advised that they are no longer taking referrals for their counselling service due to a loss of lottery funding. The service will be limited from June 2018 although counselling volunteer training has begun and they will be helping this year to get the counselling waiting list numbers down.

Some alternative options are as follows:

IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) – providing support to look after and improve peoples mental health, including counselling.

Escayp – children and young people up to the age of 21.

GP’s – All Local GP’s can refer to counselling.

Calderdale and Kirklees Womens Centre

Kirklees and Calderdale Brunswick Centre

United Churches Healing Ministery (UCHM)


The Childnet Film Competition 2018 has launched!

Young people aged 7-18 are invited to create short films to inspire their peers to 'Connect with Respect'. All applications need to be submitted by 11 June  2018.

Delivered as part of its work as one of three charities in the UK Safer Internet Centre, Childnet offers resource packs for schools and youth organisations to support young people in making their films.

Judged by a panel of experts from the BBC, BAFTA, BBFC and BFI, the winning films will be shown at the finalists’ event in London and will be used as educational resources in schools across the UK.

Find out more and get involved:

Important dates:

Competition launched: Wednesday 21st February 2018
Competition closes: Monday 11th June 2018
Finalists notified: Monday 18th June 2018
Finalists' event: Tuesday 3rd July 2018


Sharing the signs #CSEDay18

National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day - 18th March 2018

The National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day aims to highlight the issues surrounding CSE; encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children developing inappropriate relationships with other children.

The CSE Team are inviting your organisation to support the Child Sexual Exploitation Team for the ‘Unite against child sexual exploitation day’ event.

Date: Thursday 15th March 2018

Time: 3:30pm – 5:30pm

Venue: Central Stars Charity Youth Club, Prospect St, Huddersfield HD1 2NX.

We would like our partner organisation to showcase the work they do with young people and families.  This event will be an ideal opportunity for professionals to meet up with partner agencies and get to know them and see what they can offer the community.


PLEASE NOTE: National CSE Awareness Day is on the 18th March but events and social media mesages will predominatly take place durng the week.

Wanting to raise awareness of CSE?

To view posters from West Yorkishre Police and NWG click on the links below.

Know the signs poster NWG - CSE Awareness Day 18 March - Poster 1 NWG - CSE Awareness Day 18 March - Poster 2 Who are you really talking to? (female poster) Who are you really talking to? (male poster) Sharing the signs #CSEDay18

West Yorkshire Police - Domestic Abuse Campaign - Valentine's Day

West Yorkshire Police is reminding the public it won’t be all hearts and flowers for everyone this Valentine’s Day as they encourage people to look out for the signs that a family member, friend or neighbour may be the victim of domestic abuse.

Even on Valentine’s Day, the police receive reports of domestic abuse, with 152 domestic incidents reported to the police on 14 February last year.

For futher information, click here.



Please see the latest news on restorative practice and book onto a course.   This session is for anyone who works with, or those whose job brings them into contact with, children, young people and their families, whether full or part time, paid or voluntary. It will give you a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of restorative approaches.  Please check out the attached flyer for dates and times.  Please book on via Eventbrite. 

The workshops will take place at the Hudawi Centre in Huddersfield on:

26/02/2018 p.m. only 1.30 - 4.30

27/02/2018 9.30 - 12.30 or 1.30 - 4.30

28/02/2018 9.30 - 12.30 or 1.30 - 4.30

01/03/2018 9.30 - 12.30 or 1.30 - 4.30

06/03/2018 9.30 - 12.30 or 1.30 - 4.30

07/03/2018 9.30 - 12.30 or 1.30 - 4.30

08/03/2018 9.30 - 12.30 or 1.30 - 4.30  


On Thursday 4 January, Kirklees Council will go-live with CP-IS which will automate sharing Child Protection Information with the NHS.

This means that Children’s Services will be automatically informed if a child who is either Looked After or on a Care Plan attends an unscheduled medical care setting, if that care setting also has access to CP-IS.

This will provide an additional piece of information to help keep children safe. Information will be shared through walk-in centres, emergency departments, minor injuries units, GP out-of-hours service, ambulance service, paediatric wards and maternity units.

For further information, click here.


 For reporting a concern or asking for advice pease click here


Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board has recently purchased a new secure system to electronically enable the statutory child death overview process. This was developed by Kent LSCB with QES a software developer.

The system is known as eCDOP and the link for notifications is live on the website on the CDOP page.




Making Justice Work for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation is a national conference. It is a unique 1 day conference which gives those attending the chance to see the criminal justice system like never seen it before. This is an event which is relevant for all those services supporting vulnerable child witnesses and adult victims, as well as those working within the criminal justice system.

The conference will take place on Friday 5 january 2018, 9.30am - 4.30pm. For more details or to book, please click here



The annual schools safeguarding audit for 2017 is now ready for your use and completion.

Survey Monkey Out - Enable Audit IN

For information and FAQ's on how to complete the Audit please click here 


To view all the Child Sexual Exploitation training courses provided by KSCB, click here


To view and to self-register to all 40+ Virtual College e-learning courses click here:


*Click here to view the KSCB Training Charging Policy

New Digital NHS Child Protection Information Sharing System

NHS Digital is running a series of free hour-long webinars to help healthcare organisations and local authorities learn about how to implement it. Please click on the link below to sign up.           
Local Authorities - Thursday 24 August, 11:00-12:00 Local Authorities - Wednesday 6 August, 15:00-16:00 Health Authorities - Wednesday 23 August, 11:00-12:00 Health Authorities - Tuesday 5 September, 15:00-16:00


To view all the Child Sexual Exploitation training courses provided by KSCB, click here


The Child Bereavement UK have published a campaign to help Children and parents with support following the death of a child or parent. For further details of the #onemoreminute campaign, please visit 


Please see attached two flyers for workshops looking at the local lessons from our most recent Serious Case Reviews. 

An information pack and presentation will be given to all those attending the Local lessons sessions in order that they are able to further pass on the learning to their colleagues who were not able to attend in person. 

Please note the October events for practitioners. 

Practitioner Briefings 10th, 12th and 20th October

Managers Briefings 2nd and 16th November

Book on by logging onto the KSCB training system.


Thriving Kirklees, the new health partnership for services to support children and young people aged 0-19, will now be contacted in two simple ways.

From Monday 2 October 2017, the health services involved in the Thriving Kirklees partnership can all be contacted on one telephone number – 0300 304 5555

The new telephone number also replaces the ASK CAMHS telephone service, offering an enhanced service for GPs, parents and schools to refer to CAMHS and ChEWS.

This will ensure early access to the following services:

A new Thriving Kirklees’ website has also been set up and is fully operational since October at – giving access to information about the Thriving Kirklees services, health advice and an online referral form open to both practitioners and the public to request support for children, young people and families – that includes young people themselves who can access help and support directly. For further information, click here.


KSCB Enable Audit Tool Events

The KSCB are now launching this new tool and attendance is encouraged from practitioners and managers who will be involved in Multi-Agency Audits and other audits with the KSCB.

Title: KSCB Enable Audit Tool Launch

Date & Time: 21 September - 2.00pm - 3.00pm & 22 September - 10.30pm - 11.30pm

Details: The KSCB have recently invested in the Enable Audit Software which is an online auditing system created by Virtual College that is designed to simplify the process of audits. The KSCB will be utilising this new tool for the Section 11 Audit along with the Multi-Agency Audits and surveys. The Key features of the system are:

• Reporting – Export reports instantly as PDF, Word or Excel documents • Action Plans – Create essential action plans for specific questions and   categories   • Build – Build your own audits to meet specific organisational requirements   • Self-registration – Self Registration systems allows users to create their own login   • Organisations – Create an organisation structure and assign roles to different users

Venue: Hudawi Centre, Huddersfield

So that we can launch this new tool across the partnership, we would like you to sign up for this session and/or delegate members of your organisation who will most likely be involved in KSCB Multi-Agency Audits. You can sign up to the course here : 

This course will provide a basic understanding of the system and will give delegates an opportunity to ask questions on specific areas so that they are comfortable with completing future KSCB Audits.

NSPCC guidance and support for the Voluntary, Community and Faith Sector

The NSPCC have launched new guidance and support which are aimed at voluntary and community organisations, as well as social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations that may not consider themselves to be within the voluntary, community and faith sectors.

The standards help organisations to take responsibility for keeping children, young people and young adults safe; have a practical approach; and comply with legislation and national guidance. They provide useful templates, examples, and links to further information, and are designed to be used alongside our safeguarding tool.

For further information, pease click here.

Children's Commisioner Vulnerability Report

The Children's Commisioner Vulnerability Report details England’s plans for the year ahead 2017-18.
This report was described as being a basis for developing a framework for how professionals refer to vulnerability and then work to reduce numbers of vulnerable children.

To view the full report, click here.

Posted - 06/07/2017

Prevention Of Young Person Suicide

For help, advice, resources and articles on young person suicide, please click here

CAMHS Report - A Child's Journey

This report is a full review of all the impact of emotional wellbeing and mental health services provided in Kirklees for children and young people on safeguarding children and promoting their welfare. To view the report, click here.

Updated KSCB Training Charging Policy

Please cick here to see the amended KSCB charging policy.

Suicide Awareness - The Effect on Children & Young People

The LSCB and partners recognise that children and young people can be affected by the loss of a loved one through suicide. Sadly Children and young people are also more at risk of taking their own life than ever before.

The Venue for the event is: Pinderfields Hospital Trust Headquarters, Pinderfields Hospital, Aberford Road, Wakefield, WF1 4DG on Tuesday 10th October 2017, 9.30am-12.30

Latest suicide statistics highlight young suicide in the UK at its highest for the past 10 years. In 2015 1,659 young people under 35 years took their own lives; an increase of 103 more than in 2014 and 58 above the previous highest recorded figure (1,631 in 2011).

"Suicide is the biggest killer of young people in the UK. It is a national crisis that can no longer be ignored"

Come along to this event to hear about how Children and Young People are affected by the loss of a loved one through suicide.
The event will also explore why Children and Young people sometimes take their own lives and what support is available for them.
This event is a partnership approach between the LSCB, The Samaritans, Public Health, Andys Mans Clubs and West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue.

Booking is essential and is done by sending an email requesting a place to

My First Mobile Phone Free Online Safety Resource

An event took place at the John Smith’s Stadium in Huddersfield with over one hundred school staff attending the launch of ‘My First Mobile Phone’ online awareness website and toolkit on Tuesday 23 May 2017.

The website and toolkit has been created by Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board (KSCB) in partnership with West Yorkshire Police, staff and pupils from St Thomas CE Primary School in Huddersfield and Ravenshall School in Dewsbury. The aim of these resources is to keep children safe when the are using the internet, social networks, apps and games as a result of receiving their first mobile phone. The project is funded through a 10k grant from the Police and Crime Commissioner.

For further information and to access the lesson plans, click here

International Missing Persons Day - Thursday 25 May 2017

Missing people requires a multi-agency response and is therefore a priority for West Yorkshire Police, Local Authorities, the Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board (KSCB), NHS and other agencies across the county and numbers of incidents are increasing nationally.
The types of people that go missing is varied and the reasons why they go missing is also wide ranging. Investigations and searches for missing people are resource intensive for all agencies involved. Media interest in missing people is high, both locally and nationally, and social media messages regarding missing people attract lots of public attention, both positively and negatively. In West Yorkshire the four main reasons for young people going missing are identified as relationships, mental health, disability and LGBT issues.

To view posters for the missing campaign click here

Neglect and Early Help Strategy

This Neglect and Early Help Strategy commits all partners working with vulnerable children in Kirklees, to providing effective early help to children and their families. Many of these children will be at risk of or already experiencing neglect and all partners are committed to understanding and tackling neglect, together with its root causes, with the intention of securing better outcomes for children over their lifetimes. 

This strategy replaces both the KSCB’s Multi- Agency Strategy on Neglect (October 2015) and the Draft Integrated Early Intervention and Prevention Strategy (July 2016).  We have brought these two strands together to reflect our understanding that the long term impact of neglect on children is clearly evident from research. As professionals we need to recognise the signs of neglect early. We know that neglect can be difficult to identify in its early stages and its impact can be hidden. Therefore, identifying signs of neglect early is very important- as parents can more readily adopt changes, and in so doing secure better outcomes for their children.

Keeping Children Safe Online

NSPCC have teamed up with O2 to help you keep children safe when they're using the internet, social networks, games and more.

For advice, support, information and tools - click here

Run a Beep Beep Day - Saving Little Lives

Every year thousands of tots and infants aged 2-7 take part in a special Beep Beep! Day.

It's a great way to engage children with the road safety basics through fun activities, while raising awareness among parents and the wider community about protecting children on roads.  

Each Beep Beep! Day will have a different theme with brand new free and low-cost resources meaning you can run more than one event throughout the year

To view the Beep Beep flyer, please click here

Yorkshire Sport Foundation

Yorkshire Sport Foundation is committed to promoting the safety and welfare of children and young people and adults at risk engaged in sporting activities locally.

Yorkshire Sport Foundation – Designated Person

Gillian Brown (Development Manager – Safeguarding Lead): 0113 3939950 / 07794 248083

Debra Cummins (Safeguarding Deputy): 0113 3939950 / 07964 209313

Click here to access the Yorkshire Sport Foundation website

Channel Referral Guidance for Partners

This document has been developed to assist you in making a referral to Kirklees Prevent. It should aid your decision making on whether to make a referral and provide you with guidance on what information should be included within the referral. It must be stressed that this document is for guidance, must not be taken out of context to highlight single issues or statements and is not intended to be used as a definitive checklist. This guidance must be read, taken as a whole and used in line with your professional judgement, safeguarding training and Prevent policies.

Click here to access the document.

West Yorkshire Safeguarding Procedures - December Update

Click the below link to access the latest changes to the West Yorkshire Consortium Safeguarding procedures. 

A summary of the main changes made this time can be found by following the link on the manual homepage.

Measuring the Impact of Child Protection Case Conferences

In Kirklees we have used the ‘Strengthening Families Model’ of Child Protection Conferences for over 2 years.

We are implementing “Risk Sensible” a new social work model and will need to make some changes in how we deliver Child Protection Conferences.  We need to know how you have experienced the conference so we can make comparisons and measure impact once the changes have been implemented.

We are evaluating the current model to explore whether it is meeting its objectives:

Engaging parents, children and family members more in the process and plan development; Ensuring parents, children, family members and professionals are able to be heard in conferences; Developing better plans for children.

We want to maintain these objectives and ensure that any amendments we make are beneficial to outcomes for children.

To take part in the survey, click here


If you are experiencing any difficulties with the course management system, please check our comprehensive FAQ’s which should resolve your problem. If your problem is not covered by our FAQ’s then please call 01484 225161 (internal 860 5161)

Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016 went live on 5th September 2016.

This document identifies expected standards of staff training in schools. With immediate effect. There is now an expectation that ALL staff will read Part 1 of Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016 as a minimum to support their level of training around child safeguarding.

This requirement is in addition to any safeguarding courses or safeguarding updates staff receive annually. This document sets out what school and college staff should know and what actions they must undertake in respect of a safeguarding concern coming to light.

Future Ofsted inspections will incorporate checks to ensure this has been complied with so please ensure once staff have read it they sign a document to confirm which you should retain in your safeguarding records

The following hyperlink will take you straight to the relevant document which is 20 pages in length.


The NSPCC has launched a helpline to support adults who have concerns about children and young people being radicalised or who need advice on how to talk to their children about issues related to terrorism.

Helpline practitioners have been trained to spot the warning signs of radicalisation so they can advise adults who are worried about a child being groomed.

You can contact trained helpline counsellors at the NSPCC for 24/7 help, advice and support on 0808 800 5000 or


The MASH receives information from partners and the public who have concerns around a child’s welfare.

It then considers the most appropriate response for a child, delivered at the right time by the right person. Sharing the right level of detailed, evidence based and meaningful information about the child and their circumstances is crucial to making sure we are meeting the needs of children.

View the guidance document here.

Multi-Agency Referral Form (MARF)

The MAR Form has been developed for partners to complete and send to MASH when there are concerns about a child. A three-week consultation with partners ended on 24th June and, as a result of the feedback, amendments were made to the MAR Form.

Partners are expected to complete the MAR Form with as much information as possible about the child and their family, the circumstances for the child, the nature of the concerns, and what support has already been offered. Consent to share information should always be sought from the child’s parents/carers unless to do this would increase the risk to the child.

However if there are concerns about a child’s immediate safety then MASH must be contacted immediately on 01484 456848 and/or contact the police.

View the document here.

New Phone Service For Children And Young People Launched

ASK CAMHS helpline (which stands for Access and Support for Kirklees Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services).

A new one-stop-shop phone service for children and young people with emotional and mental health needs across Kirklees has been launched (1 April 2016).

The phone line will operate on weekdays from 9am – 8pm (5pm on Friday); and Saturday from 9.30am – 1.30pm. For more information click here

Award Winning Domestic Abuse Campaign Aims To Help Pregnant Mums:

Domestic abuse campaign 'It's never ok' will be entering it's second phase this week.

The Campaign is a partnership aproach between between Pennine Domestic Violence Group, West Yorkshire Police, NHS, Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, Probation Services, Locala, lifeline/On-TRAK, Community Partnerships, Kirklees College Huddersfield University and voluntary and community organisations.

It is aimed at pregnant women, aged 16 and over highlights that domestic abuse doesn't stop during pregnancy and advises that midwives can offer support and guidance to those affected. Please click here for the press release.

For video's on this campaign, please click here.

NSPCC New Whistleblowing Advice Line

The NSPCC have launched a new whistleblowing helpline to provide free advice and support to professionals wanting to raise concerns about how child protection issues are being handled in their own or other organisations.

For more information, click here.

Are They Playing Safe This Summer?

Talking to your child about these dangers can help them stay safe when they are out on their own this summer


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