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WSCB procedures index (DOCX, 49.87 KB) Introduction (DOCX, 62.43 KB)1.1 Introduction 1.2 Mission Statement – Inter-agency Procedures 1.3 Principles 1.4 Membership and Roles Section 2 Safeguarding and Promoting The Welfare of Children (DOCX, 52.97 KB)2.1 Being Alert to Children’s Welfare 2.2 Assessing Children in Need 2.3 Background Factors Influencing Vulnerability of Children 2.4 Significant Harm 2.5 Definitions of Abuse 2.6 Impact of Abuse and Neglect Information sharing in child protection (DOCX, 47.37 KB) Multi Agency Referral Form V2 (DOCX, 2.13 MB)Thresholds for services (DOCX, 1.37 MB) Section 3 Making a Child Protection Referral (DOCX, 64.33 KB)3.1 In what Circumstances to Refer. 3.3 Flowchart Section 4 Section 47 Child Protection Enquiries (DOCX, 166.79 KB)4.1 Response to Referral 4.2 Action To Be Taken 4.3 Immediate Protection 4.4 Multi-Agency Working 4.5 Assessment of Child Under The Children Act 1989 4.6 Strategy Discussion 4.7 Initiating Section 47 Enquiries 4.8 Outcome of Section 47 Enquiries 4.9 Initial Child Protection Conference 4.10 The Child Protection Plan 4.11 Child Protection Review Conference 4.12 Discontinuing a Child Protection Plan Section 5 Section 47 Enquiries In Specific Circumstances (DOCX, 132.27 KB)5.1 Child Abuse in Adoptive Families in Warwickshire 5.2 Abuse by Persons Outside of the Immediate Family 5.3 Young People Who Display Abusive Behaviour 5.4 Electronic Media and Child Abuse 5.5 Management of Children / Young People Who Are Sexually Exploited 5.6 Children in Whom Illness is Fabricated or Induced 5.7 Children Missing from Care and Home 5.8 Management of Young People Facing Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence 5.9 Safeguarding Trafficked Children 5.10 Protocol for responding to bruises or injury to non-mobile babies (PDF, 224.32 KB) 5.11 Protocol for health assessment as part of enquiries into neglect (PDF, 147.53 KB) Managing Allegations against people who work with children (pdf, 277 Kb)6.1 Managing Concerns In Relation To Adults 6.2 Investigating Complex (Organised or Multiple Abuse 6.3 Warwickshire MASH – Position of Trust Referral (DOCX, 1.53 MB) Section 7 Child Protection Conferences (DOCX, 74.72 KB)7.1 Introduction 7.2 Definitions and Purposes 7.3 Criteria for Initial Conference 7.4 Pre-Birth Child Protection Conferences/Risk to Unborn Children 7.5 Timing 7.6 Attendance 7.7 The Local Authority Solicitor 7.8 Involving Parents 7.9 Young People’s Participation 7.10 Participation of other people 7.11 Preparation 7.12 Exclusion Criteria 7.13 Convening 7.14 Quoracy 7.15 Chairing and Minuting 7.16 Responsibility of Conference Participants 7.17 Conference Process 7.18 Decision Making 7.19 Outcomes of Conference 7.20 Minutes 7.21 Role of the Chairperson 7.22 Role of Lead Social Worker 7.23 Role of the Core Group 7.24 The Child Protection Plan 7.25 Review Conferences 7.26 Discontinuing a Child Protection Plan 7.27 Looked After Children who are Subject to a Child Protection Plan Section 8 Management Of And Sharing Of Information On Children Subject To Child Protection Plans (DOCX, 52.13 KB)8.1 Introduction 8.2 The Record 8.3 Managing and Providing Information about a Child who may be Subject to a Child Protection Plan 8.4 Managing the Record of Children Subject to a Child Protection Plan 8.5 Child Protection Plan 8.6 Recording Categories 8.7 Children Moving Between Authorities who are Subject to Child Protection Plans 8.8 Children Subject to a Child Protection Plan who go Missing 8.9 Sharing of Information with Other Local Authorities Section 9 Complaints About a Child Protection Conference (DOCX, 46.09 KB)9.1 Who Can Complain 9.2 Grounds for Complaint 9.3 Procedure 9.4 Stage 1 9.5 Stage 2 9.6 Complaints about Services Provided by Individual Agencies Section 10 Warwickshire SUDC Protocol (DOCX, 3.74 MB)1. Role of the Coroner Appendix 1 – Family Support (Foundation for the Study of Infants Deaths) Appendix 2 – Laboratory Investigations Appendix 3 – Guidance in relation to toxicology screen Appendix 4 – History Proforma (containing physical examination, scene examination) Appendix 5 – Form A – Notification of Child Death Appendix 6 – Form B4 – SUDI Form Appendix 7 – DFE Audit tool for rapid response Appendix 8 – Summary of post-mortem findings – Form B11 Appendix 9 – Analysis Proforma Form C Appendix 10 – Information for Parents regarding sample/tissue retention Appendix 11 – Parents wishes regarding sample/tissue retention Appendix 12 – Freedom of information Act and Data Protection Appendix 13 – Advance Care Plan for a Child of Young Person (Palliative Care) Section 11 Serious Case Reviews In Accordance With Chapter 4 Of New Working Together March 2013 (DOCX, 57.07 KB)11.1 Serious Case Review Protocol 11.2 Local Case Reviews 11.3 Methodology for Learning and Improvement 11.4 Referral form for consideration by WSCB of a case for review (DOCX, 1.02 MB)Section 12 Table of Appendices Appendix 1 WSCB Local Assessment Protocol (PDF, 196.8 KB) Appendix 2 Children and young people’s participation in the child protection process (DOCX, 44.86 KB) Appendix 3 The legal framework (DOCX, 52.74 KB) Appendix 4 West Midlands persons posing a risk to children protocol (PDF, 335.34 KB) Appendix 5 Offences which can be used to identify those who present a risk or potential risk to children (DOCX, 48.89 KB) Appendix 6 Preventative orders pertinent to child protection (DOCX, 41.26 KB) Appendix 7 Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Procedure (DOCX, 547.64 KB) Revised CSE Procedures June 2016 (PDF, 665.12 KB) Appendix 8 Working with sexually active young people under the age of 18 (DOCX, 44.72 KB) WSCB Comms Strategy – Appendix 11 (PDF, 222.51 KB) Appendix 16 West Midlands regional protocol for protecting children who move across Local Authority borders (under review) (DOCX, 49.22 KB) Appendix 18 Warwickshire Safeguarding Children Board processes for case escalation (DOCX, 1.04 MB) Appendix 19 Protocol for dealing with cross-border allegations (DOC, 79.5 KB) Appendix 20 Private fostering (DOCX, 43.03 KB) Appendix 21 Warwickshire Runaway and Missing from Home and Care Protocol (PDF, 1.6 MB) Appendix 22 Guidance on the use of force (1)(DOCX, 75.15 KB) Appendix 23 Guidance on the use of quiet rooms (1)(DOCX, 55.53 KB) Appendix 24 Guidance on the use of low arousal (DOCX, 47.07 KB) Appendix 25 Agenda and guidance for initial core group meeting (DOCX, 1.01 MB) Appendix 26 Policy on safer recruitment (PDF, 406.05 KB) Appendix 27 Images of children guidance for children and young people in Warwickshire (PDF, 557.53 KB) Safeguarding Checklist (DOC, 1.26 MB) Guidance notes for compiling chronologies (PDF, 35.42 KB) Key Events / Chronology Form A (DOC, 158.5 KB) INFORMATION/FRONT SHEET Form B(DOC, 178.5 KB) Key Points for Child Protection Record Keeping (DOC, 62 KB) Logging a concern about a child’s safety and welfare – (Form C Green Form)(DOC, 163 KB) Logging a concern about a child’s safety and welfare – (DOC, 166 KB) Schools and education child protection initial conference report 2014 (DOC, 508 KB) Schools and Education Child Protection Review Conference report (blank) (DOC, 1.54 MB)Schools Toolkit records management Worried about Child (PDF, 299.32 KB) Worried about Young Person (PDF, 287.27 KB)Safeguarding poster 3 (pdf, 35Kb)Safeguarding poster 2 (pdf, 95Kb)Safeguarding poster 1 (pdf, 66Kb) Listening culture EY poster A3 (PDF, 233.11 KB) Listening Culture Poster (PDF, 232.88 KB)Keeping Children Safe in Education Sept 2016 Inspecting Safeguarding in Early Years Disqualification Declaration Form (PDF, 303.42 KB) Disqualification slides (PDF, 29.14 KB) The childcare (disqualification) regulations 2009 Schedule 1 orders etc relating to the care of children Schedule 2 repealed statutory offences Schedule 3 specified offences Apply to waiver disqualification Early Years and childcare provider Children Missing Education Sept 2016 Staff Behaviour Policy 2014 (DOC, 399 KB) Safeguarding Wheel (PDF, 19.28 KB) Child protection audit (DOC, 133.5 KB)Safeguarding checklist (doc, 37Kb) Warwickshire MASH Multi-Agency Referral Form (MARF)- Concerns about a Child (DOCX, 2.13 MB)Contact the team for a copy of ‘A guide for Professionals who Infrequently attend Child Protection Case Conferences’ Education establishment recording of parental responsibility (DOCX, 69.06 KB)A guide for Core Group Members leaflet (PDF, 38.21 KB) Guidance for safer working practice Oct 2015 (PDF, 551.4 KB) Use of Images of Children Guidance Dec 2014 (PDF, 557.52 KB) Appendix A – Schools parental consent form (PDF, 34.49 KB) Appendix B – Parental Consent Form – Early Years Foundation Stage (PDF, 34.43 KB) Appendix C (PDF, 34.39 KB) Appendix D Consent Form for Adults depicted in photographs (PDF, 28.09 KB) Appendix E(i) Permission for parents/carers to record still images of children at school events (PDF, 31.08 KB) Appendix E(ii) Permission for parents/carers to record still images of children (PDF, 31.16 KB)Faith groups and safeguarding Enhanced risk analysis frequently asked questions (PDF, 149.94 KB) Tool for assessing environmental hazards (PDF, 48.8 KB) Guidance on the use of force and physical intervention (DOCX, 75.15 KB) Guidance on the use of quiet rooms in Warwickshire schools (Please refer to separate guidance on the use of Low Arousal Areas) (DOCX, 55.53 KB) Appendix 24 guidance on the use of low arousal (DOCX, 47.07 KB) Model Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy 2016-17 (DOC, 329.5 KB) Child protection and safeguarding policy – executive summary of key principles for staff and parents (DOCX, 47.05 KB) Safeguarding self audit questionnaire 2016 (DOC, 349.5 KB) Safer Recruitment and Employment Model Procedure September 2014 (DOCX, 203.17 KB) Sexting in schools and colleges responding to incidents (PDF, 1.03 MB)The Designated Nurse for Warwickshire is responsible for coordinating safeguarding children across Warwickshire; advises and supports Warwickshire Health Trusts and implement their safeguarding children requirements, works closely with the Named Professionals and other agencies The Designated Doctor for Warwickshire is Dr Peter Sidebotham who lead on medical issues around Safeguarding Children.

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