The Guidance recognises the importance of Core Groups and builds on the message arising from previous case reviews that a Child Protection Plan on its own does not keep a child safe. It is hope well we work together that makes the difference.
The Guidance can be found here
In line with Working Together 2018 Walsall Safeguarding Partnership lauches its new arrangements that become effective from 2nd September 2019
Following changes in the secure email address, we have updated the MARF to reflect the new secure email address for the MASH. Please circulate widely and ensure that all colleagues are using the new address.
The safeguarding board are supporting CSE awareness day today we would like to ask that each of you write a personal pledge on your hands and then post a photo of it on social media
using the hashtags
#HelpingHands and #CSEDay19.
My personal pledge is that victims are never blamed
Independent Chair of the Safeguarding Board
The Youth of Walsall, a youth cabinet group for 11-18 year-olds, recently launched a film as part of their ‘Real Knives, Real Lives’ campaign. The hard-hitting short film demonstrates the risks of carrying knives. The film has been produced by the Youth of Walsall, in partnership with Fixers UK − a charity that supports young people to make films about issues that matter to them. The group’s aim is to help create positive change for young people in Walsall. With this campaign, they hope to educate young people at risk of committing knife crime about the potential impact of their actions.