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The October 2021 newsletter from the Reducing Parental Conflict Programme, including updates from the programme and upcoming training opportunities.
On 1st November 2022, Get Safe Online launched a campaign to raise awareness about the risks of fraud and scams when shopping online. The campaign focuses on how you can safeguard yourself and your finances when buying online, whether it is Black Friday, Christmas shopping or any other time of year.
Stop Adult Abuse week will take place between 21st - 25th November 2022. The theme of this year's conference is responding to contemporary safeguarding challenges.
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.
ICON Week is happening between 26th - 30th September 2022.
Bristol Hate Crime and Discrimination Services (BHCDS) are providing a series of free workshops for residents and frontline practitioners in Bristol throughout September 2022.
On 19th August 2022, The Bristol Against Violence and Abuse (BAVA) website was closed down. Content has been transferred to the KBSP website. You can find information about types of abuse and lists of support services in Bristol on the Support for Bristol Residents section of the website.
In May 2022, the National Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel published their review into the murders of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson. In the same month, the Independent Review of Children's Social Care by Josh MacAlister was published.
Read the Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership's response to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) report published on 1st February 2022.
The Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Services consultation is now open until Sunday 23 January 2022. Have your say on the proposals by completing the online survey.
Creative Youth Network, Bristol Drugs Project and Off the Record have compiled a winter wellbeing resource for young people and families over the holiday period. The document contains ideas for boosting your mood, community resources, information about alcohol and other drugs, support for parents and carers as well as a list of services that you can contact if you are struggling.
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.
On 4th November 2021, 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 CAPO (Children Affected by Parental Offending) Network are holding two professional networking events on 19th and 21st October 2021.
On Monday 14th June 2021, the Independent Autism Review 'Building Rights' was published. Read the report and KBSP's response to the review.
The May 2021 edition of the Anti-Slavery Partnership newsletter.
International Women's Day is Monday 8th March 2021. Bristol services are holding events to mark the day.
On 18th January 2021, the Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership has published a Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) learning briefing into the circumstances of the death of Martyn.
The Home Office have launched a consultation to support the development of the revised Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy. They are seeking the views of those with lived experience as well as those with expertise in working with victims and survivors. The consultation is open until 19th February 2021.
Young people in Bristol, and professionals that work with children and young people are invited to attend this free half-day workshop on 17th February 2021. Learn how the pandemic has impacted communities and hear from a range of guest speakers on subjects including; loneliness and low mood in children, adult mental health and COVID-19 related anxiety.
In December 2020, 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.
Take part in the social media candle lit vigil for UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on 25th November 2020.
For Stop Adult Abuse Week in June 2020, we are celebrating our sixth year working together with the aim of raising awareness to prevent and report adult abuse during Covid 19.
Details about the upcoming joint virtual safeguarding conference week on Working with Families due to take place 5th - 9th October 2020.
On 15th October 2021, SARI, Avon and Somerset Police and partners will be holding a multi-agency conference for National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
A short film produced by Unique Voice, aimed at professionals working with boys and young men has been published today, 24th June 2020.
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 in June 2020.
Do you “Think Family”? KBSP are re-promoting the Think Family guidance in order to make sure our most vulnerable continue to have the support that they need (April 2020).
The Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership (KBSP) has published a review commissioned following the tragic death of 'Jonathan' on 27th January 2020.
The Domestic Homicide Review in the case of Becky Watts has been published by Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership today (23rd January 2020).
Bristol City Council is consulting on the recommissioning of Rough Sleeping services - closes 31 Jan 2020
All new KBSP website launched today, 10th March 2020.