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New case summaries and links have been added to the Safeguarding Adults Reviews published by other SABs webpage. These reviews provide important and valuable learning for Norfolk.Read more »
An online survey to understand domestic abuse concerns in Norfolk was opened on 1st July. The survey is open to all (the public, service users and professionals) and it is really important that everyone is encouraged to fill it out. Commissioned by the …Read more »
Together, for Norfolk is the County Council’s new, six-year plan. It outlines the council’s priorities and how we will work with partners to boost the economy, support our communities and protect our environment.
One of the priorities is ...Read more »
Next week there are a number of topics of interest on the parliamentary agenda including:Read more »
The National Audit Office (NAO) has published a report examining whether the government tackles serious and organised crime in an effective and coherent way. The report has 4 parts:Read more »
Today the Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB) has published an updated version of its Self-neglect & Hoarding strategy. The new version (2.1) includes changes to help clarify section 3 - A multi-agency approach via the Early Help Hubs and refreshed contacts in Appendix 8.
We have also produced a ...Read more »
NSAB has updated the Raising a Safeguarding Adults Concern Checklist. This checklist contains all the information you need when raising a safeguarding adult concern.
We know that it is often a stressful conversation and you may forget vital information when you ...Read more »
Wiltshire Safeguarding Adults Board (WSAB) have produced a Safeguarding Adults Review (SAR) Learning Briefing. The briefing usefully summarises the learning from their published SARs and will be of interest to all Norfolk agencies.
The following key themes were identified ...Read more »
IMPORTANT: for colleagues joining us at the seminar on self-neglect and hoarding seminar on Wednesday 26th June - please note there has been a change of venue. The seminar will be taking place at:
Aylsham Care Trust (ACT), 23 Charles Ewing Cl, Aylsham, Norwich NR11 6LJ.
The seminar starts at 09:30.Read more »
Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green is encouraging suitable organisations to bid to provide a specialist service to support victims and survivors of sexual abuse in the county.
The service will run over five years and will help adult and child victims of sexual abuse, including survivors of historic child sex abuse. The £1.48 million contract ...Read more »
Norfolk Police and Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care will be holding an advice surgery on Tuesday 9th July from 1pm at The Daisy Programme, Unit 6, Breckland House, Norwich Road, Watton, IP25 6JT
Do pop in and chat to Paula and Tracey who can ...Read more »
As part of Norfolk’s Suicide Prevention Strategy, Norfolk Public Health have commissioned Mind to deliver suicide prevention and awareness training to individuals and organisations across the County. Those who may have direct contact with people in crisis can also access a suicide intervention skills training course.Read more »
England Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT) is inviting applications to its Stop Loan Sharks Community Fund. Applications are invited for projects costing up to £5000 which enable local organisations to fund community projects that actively reduce crime and disorder and raise awareness of loan sharks.Read more »
Due to circumstances beyond our control and the need to respond to urgent statutory work, we have not yet published the guidance on safeguarding and medication errors. We are working hard with colleagues from Norfolk County Council's Adult Social Services Quality Assurance team on this ...Read more »
Local Government Association (LGA) is helping to promote three ‘Homelessness and Safeguarding’ workshops taking place in the autumn organised by Professor Michael Preston-Shoot and Dr Adi Cooper. The workshops are in London, Birmingham and Leeds.
Please circulate the event flyer below to contacts who would be interested in attending.Read more »