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Welcome to the Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership (website under development) The Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership (HSCP) (website under development) is the statutory body that brings together all the key partners and organisations who work together to promote children’s welfare and help protect them from abuse. This website provides information, advice and guidance to the public, children, parents and carers, and professionals working with children and young people.
Following multi agency consultation with the HSCP revised Threshold of Need framework and guidance has been published today (Friday 4 May 2018).The guidance has been designed to assist all whose work brings them into contact with children, young people and their families (including an unborn child) to identify the most appropriate level of support required to ensure that children are kept safe and grow up in circumstances that allow them to achieve their best outcomes.
Threshold of Need Framework and Guidance (link opens in a new window)
Threshold Indicator Windscreen – Appendix 1 (link opens in a new window)
Threshold of Need – special eBulletin (size: 466 Kb)
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The Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership Resolving Inter-agency Disagreements Guidance (Escalation Policy) has now been published. The guidance is designed to help and support all practitioners working with children, young people and families by providing a clear mechanism for the timely resolution of inter agency disagreements in the best interest of children and families. It is designed to support existing individual agency procedures and escalation policies and should be used in conjunction with Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership Guidelines and Procedures.
Access the Resolving Inter-agency Disagreements Guidance (Escalation Policy) (link opens in a new window)
Access the procedures manual (link opens in a new window)
The guidance is designed to help and support practitioners working with children, young people and families across Hull.
Barnardo’s has launched the National Information Centre on Children of Offenders (NICCO), which replaces i-HOP. The website provides resources, information on services, policy developments, events, training opportunities and practice models to professionals who come into contact with the children and families of offenders in England and Wales, as well as academics and those responsible for strategic development and commissioning.
Visit the NICCO website to find out more (link opens in a new window)
Male G learning lesson summary (size: 510 Kb)
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These are local or national reviews into serious child safeguarding cases where – abuse or neglect of a child is known or suspected and a child has died or been seriously harmed