Domestic abuse / violence against women & girls

The London Borough of Enfield is committed to tackling domestic abuse and all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG) through a coordinated community response. Domestic abuse and violence against women and girls has a devastating impact on both the individual and society. The societal cost of domestic abuse has been estimated to cost public […]

Children’s Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

What is the MASH? Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) is a multi-agency service which makes it easier to access early targeted support when you consider a child, young person or family needs a service that requires a multi agency response. The focus of the MASH is to work across partner agencies ensuring families receive early help in order […]

Child sexual exploitation – Resources and tools

This page is where you will find a wide range of resources, tools and downloads to support you in your work with young people at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation.  It may also be helpful to visit our Missing and Runaway Children page. Resources Chelsea’s Choice – A short film about CSE awareness raising for young people […]

Child sexual exploitation and missing children

Enfield Safeguarding Children Board is committed to tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and issues related to Missing children and Young People and has been proactive in meeting the challenge locally. This page is updated regularly and brings together information and resources on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and Missing  for everyone working with children and young people in Enfield. Please visit our Child […]

Child death overview panel (CDOP)

Enfield has a Child Death Overview Panel to review all child deaths. The Panel has been in operation since 1st April 2008. New Child Death Review Arrangements As part of new safeguarding arrangements, which can be found here, the Child Death Review (CDR) processes are also required to transform. In October 2018, the Department of Health and […]

Allegations against adults working with children (LADO)

Children have a right to safe services. If you are concerned about the way in which a member of staff has behaved towards a child, you or your manager must inform the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO). As outlined in the Children Act 2004, the LADO will be informed of all allegations against adults who work with […]