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Stop Adult Abuse Week and National Safeguarding Adults Week are both taking place between 15 - 19 November 2021. A series of jointly held online learning events are free to access for any practitioner working with adults and families across Bristol, Somerset, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and BANES during the week-long campaign. Find out how you can get involved by reading this news item and the enclosed newsletter.
The Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership, South Gloucestershire Children’s Partnership and North Somerset Safeguarding Children Partnership have published a thematic Child Safeguarding Practice Review (CSPR) looking at peer-on-peer abuse and child criminal exploitation.
The Shadow Safeguarding Board is recruiting!! We are a group of young people that work alongside the KBSP to ensure the voice of children and young people is heard in children's social care
18th- 22nd October CAPO (Children Affected by Parental Offending) are holding a Professional Networking event.
Publication of Independent Autism Review: 'Building Rights' Response to Sir Stephen Bubb's Independent Autism Review
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The May 2021 edition of the Anti-Slavery Partnership newsletter
Bristol residents are being urged to make time to check in with one another following the launch of a new Are you OK? campaign in the city.
The Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership has published a Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) learning briefing into the circumstances of the death of Martyn.
Counter Terrorism Policing have launched a new website to provide advice, support and guidance to families and friends worried that a loved one is vulnerable to radicalisation.
On Friday 15th October, SARI, Avon and Somerset Police and regional group of agencies and equalities professionals will be holding a multi-agency conference
A short film produced by Unique Voice, aimed at professionals working with boys and young men.