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Safeguarding Procedures

Child protection is a part of safeguarding and promoting welfare. It refers to the activity that is undertaken to protect specific children who are suffering, or are likely to suffer, significant harm.

 


Overview

This section contains relevant information in regard to child protection procedures, taken from Working Together to Safeguard Children.

 

1. Accessing Help and Services
1. Accessing Help and Services
2. Early Help
2. Early Help
3. Children in Need
3. Children in Need
4. Making & Response to a Referral
4. Making & Response to a Referral
5. Assessment of a Child Under the Children Act 1989
5. Assessment of a Child Under the Children Act 1989
6. Strategy Discussion
6. Strategy Discussion
7. Initiating Section 47 Enquiries
7. Initiating Section 47 Enquiries
8. Outcome of Section 47 Enquiries
8. Outcome of Section 47 Enquiries
9. Initial Child Protection Conference
9. Initial Child Protection Conference
10. Child Protection Plan & Core Group
10. Child Protection Plan & Core Group
11. Child Protection Review Conference
11. Child Protection Review Conference
12. Discontinuing the Child Protection Plan
12. Discontinuing the Child Protection Plan
13. Transfer In / Out (Child Protection)
13. Transfer In / Out (Child Protection)
14. Cross Boundary Procedure for North of England
14. Cross Boundary Procedure for North of England
15. Tees Multi-agency Information Sharing Protocol
15. Tees Multi-agency Information Sharing Protocol
16. Children Living at Home Subject of Interim or Final Supervision Orders
16. Children Living at Home Subject of Interim or Final Supervision Orders
17. Professional Challenge and Resolution of Professional Disagreement
17. Professional Challenge and Resolution of Professional Disagreement
18. Allegations and Concerns Against Staff, Carers or Volunteers
18. Allegations and Concerns Against Staff, Carers or Volunteers