Website updates

November 2017

  • The form has been updated for professionals wanting to bring a serious case to attention of the LSCB

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November 2016

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June 2016

  • FGM information from Bracknell Forest JSNA
  • Update to LSCB Minutes
  • An update to the Bracknell Forest document ‘Data and Information Sharing Protocol for Agencies Working with Children and Young People’
  • Update to the LSCB Learning and Improvement Framework document

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December 2015

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March 2015

  • From the NSPCC series Keeping Children Safe is a new addition on Self Harm
  • Public Health England has launched the Rise Above website, created by young people for young people, it offers advice and tackles issues of concern including: relationships, alcohol, drugs, self-harm, peer pressure and mental health
  • The joint protocol between the Health and Wellbeing Board, Local Safeguarding Children Board, Safeguarding Adult Partnership Board and Children and Young People’s Partnership
  • Forum minutes from 17 October 2014
  • The current CSE Risk Assessment Tool for Bracknell Forest
  • Details of the MARAC and DASH training course for Bracknell Forest
  • A new website for victims of Domestic Abuse in the armed forces and for professionals supporting these victims has been launched by the Ministry of Defence
  • aSk UK is a health information app for young people in the UK encouraging safer sex and signposting to advice and services
  • Brook have developed a sexual behaviours traffic light tool which is designed to help professional identify and respond appropriately to sexual behaviours
  • The LSCB training calendar for 2015/16 has been updated
  • Local documents relating to CSE have been included in the Professionals section
  • The NSPCC have provided a briefing that provides a summary of risk factors and learning for improved practice around hidden’ men

February 2015

  • Sorting Out Separation is a FREE online service for parents and couples dealing with divorce or separation.
  • Information on the Bracknell Forest Safe Places Scheme
  • Two new documents have been produced to go with LSCB Continuum of Help and Support – a Continuum of need booklet that provides examples of some of the indicators of need that may be identified by professionals working with children, young people and families and a Continuum of Need diagram
  • Bracknell Forest Prevention Strategy – Working Together to Safeguard those at risk of going Missing from Home and Care to look at the local multi-agency arrangements assisting with the prevention of missing children incidents
  • Missing Kids UK have information and advice for young people, parents and professionals
  • An unstable start’ All Babies Count:  Spotlight on homelessness (NSPCC, 2015) is a report that sets out the impact on babies who don’t have a secure place to live
  • Board minutes from 28 November 2014
  • If it’s not better, it’s not the end”: inquiry into child sexual exploitation in gangs and groups: one year on from the OCC who have warned that, too many child victims and children at risk of CSE are not being identified by local authorities

December 2014

November 2014

 Newsletters

  • LSCB Newsletter – Spring 2014 (BFLSCB. 2014)
  • LSCB Newsletter – January 2013 (BFLSCB, 2013)
  • LSCB Newsletter – February 2012 (BFLSCB, 2012)
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