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Keeping safe over Christmas20 December 2017

A newsletter from the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) on how to keep children safe over the Christmas holidays.

Domestic Abuse – Seasonal Posters4 December 2017

Posters to help raise awareness of domestic abuse are now available to print/share and display in your settings. They can be found here:  Domestic-Abuse-Posters-2017.pdf.

Update to CSE guidance4 December 2017

The CSE guidance has been updated. The CSE guidance and SERAF can be found here.

SG Consultation on Positive Activities for Young People3 November 2017


A needs assessment of young people has been completed and from this we have proposed some areas that we think should be considered for future council funded youth provision. We are now seeking views from young people, organisations and/or potential providers of positive activities. The consultation period runs until Wednesday 15 November 2017 and all the documentation can be accessed here:

CHIP update Oct 201727 October 2017

Latest update from the Child Injury Prevention Group (CHIP)

Halloween Safety – Be Burns Aware27 October 2017



Hate Crime Directory20 October 2017

The Hate Crime Directory is a directory of services offering information, guidance and advice for victims, their friends and families. It is also a useful reference for service providers and practitioners.

National Burn Awareness Day17 October 2017

National Burn Awareness Day – 18 October 2017. More information can be found on the Children’s Burn Trust website. 

SGSCB Newsletter August 20176 September 2017

Safeguarding Children Board

The SGSCB Newsletter August 2017 is now available.

Article from Mark Rowley (Head of Counter Terrorism policing)16 June 2017

Article from Mark Rowley (Head of Counter Terrorism policing).

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