You can download the Safeguarding Vulnerable People Partnership August Key Messages here.
The guidance on responding to bruising or injuries in non-mobile babies and children has been revised. This follows a number of recent cases in Wiltshire where bruises and injuries have not been reported appropriately and the children have been found … Continued
When children go missing from home or care, this is a clear signal that something is wrong in their lives. Going missing has serious implications for a child’s welfare as it puts them at risk of harm in the short … Continued
Wiltshire Council is proud to be part of the Step Up To Social Work South West Regional partnership 1 for Cohort 6. The application process is now open, www.capitaras.co.uk/stepup with a closing date of the 18th March. For eligibility and … Continued
Wiltshire Police, Wiltshire Council and NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group have today published a new plan designed to ensure they are doing all they can as a partnership to safeguard children and vulnerable adults. The Government published guidance in 2018 … Continued
County lines: protecting children and vulnerable people from exploitation County lines is the police term for urban gangs supplying drugs to suburban areas and market and coastal towns. This is a major safeguarding issue, and is happening in Wiltshire so … Continued
The new Case Resolution Protocol replaces the WSCB Escalation Policy. This is intended to move us towards a position where case disagreement and discussion is considered business as usual in our work with children, young people and their families. Download the … Continued
Responding to bruising or injuries in non-mobile babies and children. The guidance on responding to bruising or injuries in non-mobile babies and children has been revised. This follows a number of recent cases in Wiltshire where bruises and injuries … Continued