The National Independent Safeguarding Board have released ‘A Practitioner’s Guide: Basic Legal Principles’ for front line practitioners. It gets to the heart of law relating to safeguarding practice in Wales.
The following 7 minutes Briefings are now available to access via the resources webpage:
- Is Care Good Enough?
- Contextual Safeguarding
Launch of the Updated Protocol for the Management of Complaints Relating to Child Protection Conferences
Purpose of the Protocol:
- To ensure that there is a clear understanding of the NWSCB’s response upon receipt of complaints from parents, caregivers and children about the functioning of Child Protection Conferences
- To ensure that all complaints relating to the outcome and process of Child Protection Conferences are received and responded to within the timeframe outlined in this procedure
- To ensure that all complaints are monitored and lessons for practice learned
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 Community of Practice Event, is an opportunity for professionals to come together and share good practice examples, information sharing about service delivery and experiences of working with children and families who are subjected to child sexual abuse including child sexual exploitation. Communities of Practice are a way of improving practice, and can provide the basis for spreading innovation between professionals and across organisational boundaries.