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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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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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Serious case reviews

‘YT’ Case Review – October 2017 On the 27 October 2017 we 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. It is unlikely that anyone will ever know what led him to make that decision and the review concludes that his…

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Signs of safety

Enfield Safeguarding Children Board (ESCB) and its partners, including Enfield Children’s Social Care have committed to implementing the Signs of Safety framework. The comprehensive implementation plan has been approved and endorsed and funding has been secured for the next 2 years to help move this important project forward. This means that we are making some significant changes to the way we work…

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Support for families from change & challenge team

What do we do? If a family is identified as meeting at least 4 of our 6 criteria, a Change and Challenge Caseworker will provide intensive intervention work with the family. We will aim to engage and grip the family, supporting them to turn their lives around.  The intervention will be of high frequency and will be reviewed after 12…

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Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children

An Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Child (UASC) is defined by the Home Office as a young person under the age of 18 making an application for asylum in his or her own right and who “has no adult relative or guardian to turn to in this country”. These young people may have arrived in the UK by themselves or with an…

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