As part of the review of the All Wales Protection Procedures, Cardiff & The Vale of Glamorgan Regional Safeguarding Children’s Board who are the lead Safeguarding Board doing this work have arranged this engagement event on the 23/11/17 at Catrin Finch Centre Glyndwr University (9.15 am – 12.15pm Adults session, 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm, Children’s session).
Don’t miss out! Take part in Safeguarding Week.
North Wales Safeguarding Board is once again participating in an All Wales wide Safeguarding Week 13th- 17th November and we would like all our partners to get involved.
This joint initiative, which includes the North Wales Safeguarding Children Board, North Wales Safeguarding Adults Board and is used to promote safeguarding activities across the region.
Each year we are required to produce and publish an annual report. This year for the first time North Wales are publishing a joint report.
The annual report evaluates the effectiveness of safeguarding arrangements for children and adults in North Wales and sets out how the Board’s work has developed and strengthened in the past year. It is drawn from a wide range of sources from across the children’s and adult’s partnership and involves a high degree of multi-agency co-operation and collaboration.
A copy of the report can be found here
This Extended Adult Practice Review was commissioned by the Chair of the North Wales Safeguarding Adults Board in April 2016 in order to consider what lessons could be learnt following the sad death of Patient A in March 2015 . An independent Chair was appointed and two independent Reviewers with a specialist background in Health Care were commissioned to undertake the review.
This Extended Child Practice Review was commissioned by the Chair of the North Wales Safeguarding Children’s Board in February 2015. The review was undertaken following a finding of fact that two young children had been deliberately given methadone by either or both of their parents in the Gwynedd area. This was confirmed in November 2015. [Read more…]