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Information Sharing Guidance 2018

 This HM Government advice is non-statutory, and has been produced to support practitioners in the decisions they take to share information, which reduces the risk of harm to children and young people and promotes their well-being. This guidance does not deal in detail with arrangements for bulk or pre-agreed sharing of personal information be...
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Child Trafficking Awareness Week 2nd - 6th July

In line with national law enforcement activity planned for 2 nd - 6 th July 2018, Barnardo's West Midlands Panel for the Protection of Trafficked Children (PPTC) and our partners, want YOU to increase your understanding and awareness of Child Trafficking. Children are being trafficked into, within and out of the West Midlands and we need your eyes ...
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Working Together 2018 - updated guidance

Click here for Working Together July 2018 Children at risk of abuse or neglect will now be protected through improved partnerships between local police, councils and health services. Strengthened guidance published  (4 July) sets new legal requirements for the three safeguarding partners, who will be required to make joint safeguarding de...
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ChildNet Smartie the Penguin

​ An online safety story for 3 to 7 year olds. Join in with Mummy Penguin's song and follow the adventures of Smartie the Penguin as he learns how to be safe on the internet. The story covers the following 3 themes; Pop ups and in app purchasing Inappropriate websites for older children Cyberbullying  Click here for ChildNet website - Smartie ...
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NSPCC How safe are our children? 2018

This year's report sets out what the available data tells us about the current child protection landscape, and takes a closer look at how safe children are online. Our annual report compiles and analyses the most robust and up-to-date child protection data that exists across the 4 nations in the UK.  Click here for - How safe are our chil...
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What is COUNTY LINES exploitation?

  County lines is a national issue, which involves the use of dedicated phone 'lines', usually mobile phones to facilitate drug dealing to locations outside of the group or gangs home town, usually to smaller towns and rural locations. In almost all cases the enterprise will involve and rely on the exploitation of vulnerable people, to move dr...
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FREE Loudmouth theatre performances during Safeguarding Week 11th -17th June

As part of Wolverhampton Safeguarding Week (11th -17th June) Loudmouth Theatre Company will be doing two evening performances at The Way Youth Zone, School Street Wolverhampton, WV3 0NR as follows: Tues 12th June - 'Helping Hands' Helping Hands is a sensitive theatre in education performance aimed at children and young people aged 9-...
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Stand Up, Speak Out! - Safeguarding Week is 11th - 17th June

All resources for Wolverhampton Safeguarding Week are now available from our Safeguarding Week campaign page . There are lots of ways for you to be involved: ​* Complete our short survey to order your resources and tell us what you will be doing to raise awareness * Use the email signature, screensavers and facebook / Twitter ba...
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Keeping children safe in education - revised guidance 3rd Sept 2018

The new guidance is for information only    REVISED GUIDANCE WILL COMMENCE 3 SEPTEMBER 2018.  UNTIL THAT POINT  SCHOOLS AND COLLEGE MUST CONTINUE TO HAVE REGARD TO THE 2016 KCSIE Click here to view - Revised guidance 
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