This document aims to complement existing statutory guidance and local policy and procedures by providing additional guidance in responding to safeguarding concerns which involve cross-boundary considerations.
The North Wales Safeguarding Board has developed and agreed an Multi Agency protocol for the Resolution of Professional Disputes and can be found here
This Extended Adult Practice Review was commissioned by the Chair of the North Wales Safeguarding Adults Board in order to consider what lessons could be learnt following the sad death of Adult A in March 2017 . An independent Chair was appointed and two independent Reviewers were commissioned to undertake the review.
You will find the report in the APR Section of the Website
The North Wales Safeguarding Boards are pleased to launch their See Something – Say Something Video which can be found here
‘Safeguarding is everybody’s business’ is the key message to all of Wales’ residents as Safeguarding Boards across Wales, in partnership with Welsh Government and the National Independent Safeguarding Board prepare to launch National Safeguarding Week in November (Monday 12th to Friday 16th).
Working with partners from health, the emergency services, third sector and others, the Boards plan to raise everyone’s awareness of what safeguarding means and the many situations in which it can arise.
Safeguarding is about protecting vulnerable children and adults from abuse and neglect and ensuring their wellbeing. Making sure people are supported to live full and happy lives is also an important part of safeguarding
Safeguarding Week will see a range of activities across Wales to which members of the public and safeguarding professionals are encouraged to attend.