This in-person event is your chance to connect with other professionals from police, health, local authority, probation, fire safety, education, voluntary and community sector. It will also be an opportunity to learn about the new strategic plan for Keeping Bristol Safe 2023 – 2026.
The event is free to attend but you must book a ticket through Eventbrite. Places are limited so early booking is highly recommended.
As part of this week long campaign, there will be series of jointly held online workshops that will be free to access for any practitioner working with adults across Somerset, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Bristol and Bath & North East Somerset.
The Child Sexual Abuse Pathway Launch Event took place on 18th May 2023. The event had keynote speakers and partner agency speakers.
Stop Adult Abuse Week 2022 took place between 21st - 25th November. The five areas hosted a series of online learning events, these were 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.
Stop Adult Abuse Week took place between 15th - 19th November 2021. A series of online learning events were 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.
A joint conference between Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership and South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Board. The theme of the conference was Working with Families. This was their first virtual conference and took place in the form of webinars between 5th - 9th October 2020.
Bristol and South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Boards hosted a joint Annual Conference to explore Mental Capacity on Tuesday 12th June 2019.
The theme of this years Bristol Safeguarding Children Board conference was: 'Child Sexual Abuse within Families: improving our response, and working towards prevention'. The conference took place on 6th June 2019.
In a step to make Bristol an ACE aware city, this conference was held on 17th January 2019.
Bristol and South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Boards hosted a joint annual conference to explore Adult Exploitation, Mate Crime and Coercive Control on 12th June 2018.
This Bristol Safeguarding Children Boards Annual Conference was titled Violence within Families: What can Bristol do to break the cycle of abuse? It took place on 23rd May 2018.