Safeguarding: Key organisations and information sources

  • Website Local safeguarding children boards (LSCB): information and resources for LSCB members

    The NSPCC has launched its online serious case reviews (SCRs) repository. In addition to the SCRs, it includes factsheets, briefings, research and practice guidance on SCRs.

    Publisher: NSPCC
    Published Date: 11/11/2013

  • Website Learning together to safeguard children: developing a multi-agency systems approach for case reviews

    Learning together to safeguard children presents a 'systems' model of organisational learning that can be used across agencies involved in safeguarding and child protection work.

    Publisher: Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
    Published Date: 27/09/2013

  • Website BASPCAN - British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

    BASPCAN is primarily a membership association for professionals and volunteers working in the field of child protection who can demonstrate active participation or interest in the aims of the Association. It is the only multi-disciplinary association of its kind in the UK, bringing together personnel from all agencies who work in the field with children in need, and with those who are abused and neglected.

    Publisher: BASPCAN
    Published Date: 04/04/2011

  • Website C4EO theme: safeguarding

    Includes key data, knowledge reviews and briefings as well as examples of local practice which have improved outcomes. C4EO also offers tailored support for those working in safeguarding.

    Publisher: Centre for Excellence and Outcomes (C4EO)
    Published Date: 04/04/2011

  • Website Child Protection (Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health)

    Child Protection is a major area of work at the College in terms of supporting both clinicians and families. This section of the RCPCH website provides news, information and events relating to safeguarding.

    Publisher: Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH)
    Published Date: 04/04/2011

  • Website Safeguarding portal

    Provides access to a range of safeguarding information resources. This safeguarding website was developed by Dr Ian Dunn, named GP, Erewash Derbyshire County PCT, with support from a sub-committee of the designated and named safeguarding professionals group for Derby City and the County of Derbyshire. Free of charge.

    Publisher: Safeguarding professionals group - Derby City/Derbyshire County
    Published Date: 04/04/2011

  • Website The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

    The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) is a child protection charity committed to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused. LFF’s staff work with adult male and female sexual abusers; young people with inappropriate sexual behaviours; victims of abuse and other family members. LFF engages with offenders in particular and provides a unique set of services aimed specifically at internet offenders and their families. Support is available to help offenders' partners gain an understanding of the issues and offers ways to protect children. The foundation provides training for a variety of groups and individuals including: faith communities, fostering & adoption, judges, magistrates, lawyers, NGOs, police, prisons, probation, residential workers, schools, social services, survivor groups, youth offending teams.

    Publisher: The Lucy Faithfull Foundation
    Published Date: 05/01/2011

  • Website NSPCC Inform

    Child protection resources for anyone working to safeguard children. Includes Research; Training and consultancy; Facts and figures; Professional practice; News and events; Public policy Resources for schools and youth groups; a searchable online Library of child protection resources; and a free weekly eBulletin. Also includes a section providing access to Serious Case Reviews.

    Publisher: NSPCC
    Published Date: 08/06/2009

  • Website Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA)

    This charitable organisation promotes the welfare of African children in the UK. It has offices in London and Manchester and works in partnership with other organisations in Africa and across Europe.

    Publisher: Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA)
    Published Date: 15/04/2009

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