Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB)
Safeguarding is preventing the physical, emotional, sexual, psychological and financial abuse of adults who have care and support needs, and acting quickly when abuse is suspected. It can also include neglect, domestic violence, modern slavery, organisational or discriminatory abuse.
The Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB) is the formal arrangement which brings together statutory and non-statutory organisations to actively promote effective working relationships between different organisations and professional groups to address the issue of abuse and harm.
NSAB is a strategic board, so please note we do not deal with individual safeguarding adult cases or queries - the 'report a concern' buttons on our website will direct you through to Norfolk County Council who take the lead on managing concerns.
This website is designed to support our multi-agency safeguarding adults partnership in Norfolk with a wide range of information, guidance, and useful links.
Learn more about The Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB), who we are, our main purpose and how often meetings are held.