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Things You Should Know March 2018

Key messages from the March 2018 meeting of Enfield Safeguarding Children Board. Business as usual All at the March ESCB meeting agreed on the need for ‘business as usual’ whilst the new safeguarding arrangements are still being considered at the Department for Education. Railway Safety British Transport Police alerted all agencies about a concerning number of instances when local railway…

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Serious Case Review ‘YT’ published

Enfield Safeguarding Children Board (ESCB) have today published the Serious Case Review (SCR) report for ‘YT’ covering the tragic case of a young man who took his own life just hours after arriving in this country in the summer of 2016. You can download the full report and the response from the ESCB on our Serious Case Reviews page

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Learning and Development Annual Report 2016/17 published

Each year the Safeguarding Board published a report covering all of the Learning and Development activities across the year. In 2016/17 1093 people attended courses on a wide range of Safeguarding-related topics The programme this year has had a strong focus on training and awareness-raising in relation to the implementation of Signs of Safety, with almost 450 people attending courses…

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Things You Should Know September 2017

Key messages from the September 2017 meeting of Enfield Safeguarding Children Board. Single Point of Entry (SPOE) Review During the early part of 2017 an organisation called Achieving for Children were invited to Enfield to help ensure the SPOE, which receives all referrals and other information about children, is as effective as possible. The review helpfully identified a number of…

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County Lines, Trafficking & Modern Slavery workshop 03/08/2017

On Thursday 3rd August over 140 professionals from across Enfield attended our ‘County Lines’ workshop. The session was delivered by police colleagues from central Met Police teams as well as officers from here in Enfield. The focus was raising awareness and understanding of the issue of County Lines and Trafficking and how they are impacting on our young people here…

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New Home Office County Lines Guidance published

Home Office Guidance on County Lines ‘County lines’ is the term used to describe the approach taken by gangs originating from large urban areas, who travel to locations elsewhere such as county or coastal towns to sell class A drugs.Gangs typically recruit and exploit children and vulnerable young people to courier drugs and cash. Typically, users ask for drugs via…

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Ofsted Pilot Inspection Letter Published

Ofsted’s Pilot ‘Inspection of Local Authority Children’s Services (ILACS)’ letter In April 2017 Ofsted Inspectors came to Enfield Children’s Services to undertake a short Pilot inspection under the new Inspection of Local Authority Children’s Services (ILACS) framework. Ofsted concluded that the overall effectiveness of Children’s Services was Good. As the inspection was a pilot it will not be formally published. You can access…

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Things You Should Know June 2017

Key messages from the June 2017 meeting of Enfield Safeguarding Children Board. Pilot Ofsted Inspection. In April Enfield Children’s Social were visited by inspectors from Ofsted for a pilot inspection of the new Inspection of Local Authority Children’s Services (ILACS) framework. letter. Ofsted concluded that the overall effectiveness of Children’s Services was Good. A small number of areas for improvement were…

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NSPCC’s Share Aware: New campaign and resources for parents and professionals

Help raise awareness of the NSPCC Share Aware campaign The NSPCC, in partnership with O2, has launched the new burst of their Share Aware campaign, supporting parents to help keep their children safe online.  Share Aware gives straightforward, step by step advice to help teach children how to make the right decisions online, even when their parents aren’t there.  The…

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