About the Safeguarding Board
Worcestershire Safeguarding Children Board ensuring that:
"Children and young people in Worcestershire receive the right
services at the right time to feel safe and be protected from harm
Our Priorities Are:
- Reducing the impact of domestic abuse, parental mental ill
health and substance misuse on children and their families
- Ensuring that information is shared promptly and appropriately
to strengthen effective safeguarding services
What does the safeguarding board do?
The WSCB has a wide range of responsibilities,
including the development and review of procedures to protect
children; the provision of training for staff and volunteers who
work with children; reviewing the death of all children to find out
what lessons can be learnt to safeguard other children and raising
public awareness of safeguarding.
Inter-Agency working is at the heart of
safeguarding and protecting children and the WSCB works to
ensure that all the agencies communicate with one another in the
interests of the child.
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This page was last reviewed 3 June 2014 at 13:41.
The page is next due for review 30 November 2015.