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Welcome to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough safeguarding resources page for all professionals (statutory and voluntary) who work with children and their families.
Situated here are resources, identified by the Children’s Safeguarding Partnership Board, as helping to support practitioners to safeguard children and young people.
Tools and Risk Assessments
For briefings from Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews please visit Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews | Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Partnership Board (safeguardingcambspeterborough.org.uk)
Listed below are useful resource packs for professionals on ‘Child Neglect’ and ‘Female Genital Mutilation’. Both resources contain; safeguarding guidance, information, leaflets, training slides and website links to e learning training.
Children’s Partnership Toolbox
The Toolbox consists of a set of slides with the latest Children’s Safeguarding Partnership Board’s; strategies, policies, procedures, practitioner guidance’s and assessment tools. There are also website links to free e learning training and further support for young people.
The’ Basics of Safeguarding’ children and young people
Found here is a slide pack to support practitioner’s basic understanding about safeguarding children and young people. The slides can be used within single agency training.
Achieving the best outcomes for children and young people: Making the right referrals at the right time Multi-Agency Briefings
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Children Partnership Board hosted a number of multi-agency events to consider how practitioners can achieve the best long term outcomes for children by making the right referrals at the right time in accordance with the Safeguarding Partnership Board’s Effective Support for Children and Families (Threshold) Document. The presentation from the multi-agency events can be found here
Young people are often unaware that they’re being exploited until it’s too late.
Parents are unlikely to be aware of what is happening.
Spot the signs and know what to do if a child is being exploited