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Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Policy Version 1.0 August 2018 3 Explanation of terms used in this policy Adult Safeguarding - An adult at risk as defined in the Care Act 2014 guidance (Oct 2014) is 'a person who has needs for care and support (whether or not the authority is meeting any of thos Safeguarding and MAPPA TSFNOs in IRCs 13. All visitors (including children) to IRCs should be protected by the safeguarding arrangements outlined in DSO 04/2012 'Visitors and Visiting Procedures' and DSO 10/2012 'Detention and escorting safeguarding children policy', to ensur

Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA

  1. MAPPA Policy, v4.1 - March 2021 Page 2 of 55 SLaM Trustwide Safeguarding Adults & Prevent Lead 27.07.2020 Paragraph added to section 5 about safeguarding adult enquiries
  2. Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) are a set of statutory arrangements to manage the risk posed by the most serious sexual and violent offenders. MAPPA bring together the Police, Probation and Prison Services into what is known as the MAPPA Responsible Authority for each MAPPA Area. These agencies have a statutory duty to ensure the effectiv
  3. Introduction. Work with convicted offenders who pose a risk to children is a crucial part of safeguarding children. Multi-agency work with offenders convicted of violent or sexual offences is provided through the Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA). Lead responsibility to co-ordinate this work is held by the Police and Probation.
  4. Introduction Purpose Criteria Referral Route Police Safeguarding Adults Concern 1. Introduction The Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) is a set of arrangements to manage the risk posed by certain sexual and violent offenders. They bring together the Police, Probation and Prison services into what is known as the MAPPA Responsible Authority

5.5 Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements. This introduction to MAPPA is intended for those unfamiliar with MAPPA. The later content on good practice is designed with MAPPA practitioners in mind, (although others should also find it of interest) MAPPA - Conference & Review Team Manager responsibilities Attend MAPPA meetings held on second Thursday of each month at the Hendon Probation office Conference & Review Team Manager receives Screening list/MAPPA agenda. Safeguarding Division checks ICS if known to Children Services MAPPA is not a statutory body in itself but is a mechanism through which agencies can better discharge their statutory responsibilities and protect the public in a co-ordinated manner. The local authority designated safeguarding child protection lead or a representative from Children Social Work Services (Kent)/Children's Social Care. MAPPA stands for Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements and it is the process through which various agencies such as the police, the Prison Service and Probation work together to protect the public by managing the risks posed by violent and sexual offenders living in the community Nottinghamshire Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements Annual Report 2009-10 Agencies which make up the Strategic Management Board Links with other Safeguarding Boards The MAPPA Policy Officer meets with the city and county's Children's Safeguarding Managers twice a year to identify learning and best practice

The MAPPA (Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements) is a national framework to assess and manage the risk posed by serious and violent offenders. The MAPPA cannot address the risks posed by all potential perpetrators of abuse, its focus is convicted violent and sexual offenders living in, or returning to the community Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements or MAPPA is the process through which the police, probation and prison services work together with other agencies to assess and manage violent and sexual offenders in order to protect the public from harm

Ensure that safeguarding needs of children are kept as a priority both for the SMB and MAPPA Chairs; The SMB will ensure that it fulfils its responsibilities to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, and manages the risk of harm young offenders present to others In addition to working alongside MAPPA, MARAC complements the statutory arrangements for the Safeguarding of children and adults, refers into these processes where necessary and appropriate. MARAC's have now been launched and are fully operational across Lincolnshire. The three MARAC's, WEST, SOUTH and EAST Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) are a set of arrangements to manage the risk posed by the most serious sexual and violent offenders. Download the MAPPA Information Sharing Briefing here . This factsheet can also be found on our Newsletters and Factsheets page. For MAPPA referral form see here Norfolk Mappa. Home /. Safeguarding. What is Safeguarding: Everybody has the right to be safe no matter who they are or what their circumstances. Safeguarding is about protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults from abuse or neglect. We are all responsible for the safety of children, young people and vulnerable adults and as such. 3 Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements Organisational Bodies disclosures and any MAPPA, MARAC, or safeguarding meetings minutes that may contain the information you require. If you still require updated information, this must be made clear. If the person of concern has lived outside of Northumbri

We are pleased to present the 2013-2014 Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Annual Report for Humberside. Protecting and safeguarding the public from harm caused by sexual and violent offenders remains a key priority for the MAPPA Responsible Authority (Police, Probation and Prison) in conjunctio MAPPA (Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements) are a set of arrangements to manage the risk posed by the most serious sexual and violent offenders (MAPPA-eligible offenders) under the provisions of sections 325 to 327B of the Criminal Justice Act 2003. They bring together the Police, Probation and Prison Services in each of the 42 Areas in. Agency Public Protection Arrangements [MAPPA] who present to the Trust. All Trust staff working with individuals subject to MAPPA must not only consider the MAPPA process and how that individual is managed within Trust services but must also consider the safeguarding needs of children o Key Words: MAPPA, Multi -agency public protection arrangements, SPOC, Registered Sex Offenders, RSO, Violent Offenders, Eligible Offenders, Adult Safeguarding, Child Safeguarding, SOMMB Version: 7 Adopted by: Trust Policy Committee Date this version was adopted: 22 January 2021 Name of Author: Dean Cessford - Alison Taylor-Prow Name o MAPPA I . Initial notification of MAPPA offender patient (Mental Health) 73. MAPPA J : Notification to Jobcentre Plus . 75: MAPPA K . Audit of Level 2 and Level 3 MAPPA cases : 77. MAPPA L : Audit of Level 2 and Level 3 meetings . 82: MAPPA M . Minutes Executive Summary : 84. MAPPA N : Notification of MAPPA Serious Further Offence . 86: MAPPA

  1. 1. Identification of Individuals who Pose a Risk to Children Posing a Risk to Children. People convicted of an offence against a child that was listed in schedule 1 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (i.e. sexual offence / violent offence on young people under the age of 18 / kidnap etc) used to be referred to as having 'Schedule One Status' - which remained on a person's.
  2. Manchester Safeguarding Adults Board brings together a number of agencies across the city to ensure that there is a joined up approach to Adult Safeguarding. Safeguarding means protecting an adult's right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. It is about workin
  3. Safeguarding means protecting an adult's right to live in safely, free from abuse and neglect. 1.4. The Care Act (2014) reports that the aims of adult safeguarding are to: Stop abuse or neglect wherever possible; Prevent harm and reduce the risk of abuse or neglect to adults with care and support needs
  4. Understanding MAPPA - CPD Certified. £ 15.00. Price excluding VAT is £12.50. View price in your currency. Price is per online user. Applicable VAT will be added. This online course is designed for those who are working with clients managed under current Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements in England (MAPPA)
  5. Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) are a set of arrangements to (ASC) is the lead agency within MAPPA for the protection and safeguarding of adults. Within MAPPA their role is to ensure that the needs of the offender are addressed in a holistic manner, either whilst in custody or as part.

safeguarding children boards (LSCBs), community safety partnerships (CSPs) local criminal justice boards (LCJBs) and multi-agency risk assessment conferences (MARACs) preparing and publishing the MAPPA annual report and promoting the work of MAPPA in its area planning the longer-term development of MAPPA in light of regular (at leas Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Policy v5 Policy No: RM24 Version: 5.0 Name of Policy: Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) Policy Effective From: 01/03/2018 Date Ratified 09/02/2018 Ratified Safeguarding Committee Review Date 01/02/2020 Sponsor Director of Finance and Informatics Expiry Date 08/02/202

Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA

MAPPA minutes Channel Panel minutes Each practice will have their own unique way of how they handle information coming into the practice. However, it is good practice to have a small team of staff who deal with all of the Safeguarding Information to ensure consistency Safeguarding Adults Referral Form Page 1 of 5 KN Safeguarding Adults Referral Form This form is to be used to notify Adult Social Care of suspected or actual instances of abuse or neglect and is the start of a Safeguarding Adults (Section 42) Enquiry under the Care Act 2014. Details of how and who to send this form to are available on page 4 This ensures that the relevant agencies that are charged with safeguarding children are informed of the children's situation. For example, Children and Young People's Services may undertake a separate assessment of a child involved in a MARAC case to determine whether or not the child requires additional support or safeguarding measures Requires Introduction to Safeguarding : N. Cut Off Date For Applications: 12/07/2021. Places left:-2. Course Description. Public protection is everyone's business, and the Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) set out the statutory framework to which all public sector agencies have a Duty to Cooperate when dealing with.

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  1. Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) are the statutory arrangements for managing sexual and violent offenders in the community in a way that mitigates the risk that they pose as much as possible. The process is ensured by the Responsible Authority which consists of police, prison and probation services and they are charged with.
  2. Course Introduction. This course is suitable for delegates who have recently attended the 'Safeguarding Children Complex (Level 4)' and wish to explore the competencies at Adult Safeguarding compliant with the Health Intercollegiate Document (Level 4) .The course is also a refresher for lead professionals who have already attained Safeguarding Adults (Level 4)
  3. g to our centre, the relevant agencies will contact us to inform us of the risk assessment prior to their visit. They should be in contact with the safeguarding team (section 8). However, should they mistakenly contact any other members of staff, they should be redirected to the safeguarding team
  4. Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) 15 Safeguarding Children and Adults Boards 16 National Independent Safeguarding Board 16 Regional Child Protection Forums 17 Children and Young People's Partnerships 17 Multi-agency public protection arrangements (MAPPA) 20 Chapter 2: Safeguarding roles and responsibilities in the education service 2
  5. MAPPA Single Point of Contact (S.P.O.C) - Children's Services Appendix 1: Memorandum of Understanding between the Merseyside Local Safeguarding Children Partnerships and the Merseyside Strategic MAPPA Board Appendix 2: Escalation, Complaints Procedure & Resolution Process Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements - Merseyside; 1. MAPPA Level
  6. The 'Safeguarding Children - Working Together under the Children Act 2004' sets out the Welsh Government's guidance on child protection and safeguarding for local authorities in Wales. The YJB has a statutory duty to monitor the youth justice system and share/promote good practice (Crime and Disorder Act 1998). Safeguarding
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In this context Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) works closely with local safeguarding partners to ensure the best local joint arrangements can be made for any individual child. Only an analysis of the context and seriousness of the offence(s) linked to an analysis of the current circumstances will enable professionals to. MAPPA. Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) is a process through which the Police, Probation and Prison Service work together with other agencies to manage the risks posed by violent and sexual offenders living in the community Bolton Safeguarding Children Partnership: Network Bites Advanced 19 Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews Advanced 20 Forced Marriage & Honour Based Violence - Cancelled Advanced 21 Keeping Children Safe (Advanced): Child Protection Advanced 22 Introduction to MAPPA (Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements) Advanced 2 Safeguarding Children Week 2021 This week is RBSCP's Safeguarding Children Week. The week will focus on key safeguarding info, particularly on identifying and responding to neglect, the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people and baby safer sleep advice, including coping with infant crying

Safeguarding Children Boards' and 'The Munro Review of Child Protection', and has a high level of buy-in from all the key agencies working with children and families in the capital. The London Multi Agency Safeguarding Hubs (MASH) Project is an ambitious pan-London programme to improve the way that local safeguarding partnerships dea National Safeguarding Team, archbishops, bishops, deans and their senior staff and those fulfilling the other identified roles in this guidance (see section 1. Roles and responsibilities of safeguarding personnel in relation to responding to, assessing and managing safeguarding concerns or allegations)

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults. A vulnerable adult is defined as a person who, for any reason, may be unable to take care of themselves or protect themselves against significant harm or exploitation. Safeguarding vulnerable adults involves reducing or preventing the risk of significant harm from neglect or abuse, while also supporting people to maintain control of their own lives Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) ***UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020*** PREVENT has a strong link to safeguarding because vulnerable adults and young people can be susceptible to radicalisation and recruitment into terrorist organisations safeguarding of these vulnerable children. To ensure this, and to demonstrate the Assembly Government's ongoing commitment to safeguarding children from sexual exploitation, my officials will undertake a review of how the Child Sexual Exploitation Safeguarding Guidance January 2011

MAPPA Area * Level of MAPPA Involvement * Email * Password * Hint: The password should be at least twelve characters long. To make it stronger, use upper and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols like ! ? $ % ^ & ).. Safeguarding Adults Safeguarding Principles and the approach for South Yorkshire This document contains the key overarching principles to which the 4 local authority areas will work. This document is further underpinned by Local Guidance and Procedures for operational teams. Each Local Authority will develop their own policy and procedure National and local guidance to assist professionals working in the education sector to safeguard learners. Guidance around multi-agency professionals meetings, MAPPA, strategies, and Child Protection conferences. All professionals should be working in line with national policy around safeguarding children. Guidance for organisations or.

Safeguarding unborn babies, children, young people and adults who may be at risk is 'everyone's business' and is a high priority for us. Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) The Criminal Justice Act 2003 (CJA 2003) provides for the establishment of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) in each of the. This is not an exhaustive list. by the Child Safeguarding Practice Review and Relevant Agency (England) Regulations 2018. This includes children's homes (including secure children's homes) and other settings with residential provision for children; custodial settings where a child is held, including police custody, young offender institutions and secure training centres; and all settings. Multi agency public protection arrangements (MAPPA) Safeguarding Children (Child Protection) The Named Nurses, Safeguarding children provide training, advice, support and supervision regarding child protection issues. Children Looked After MAPPA was introduced in 2001 as the statutory arrangements for managing sexual and violent offenders. It is a process through which the Police, Probation and Prison Services work together with other agencies to help reduce the re-offending behaviour of violent and sexual offenders living in the community in order to protect the public

Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) require the police, probation and prison services to protect the public from violent and sexual offenders, by working together. It also requires other public organisations such as the local authority, hospitals, district councils and health trusts to cooperate with the police, probation and. MAPPA. Beccy Leachman. Multi Agency Public Protection Co-ordination Manager Senior Probation Officer - Victims, MAPPA, Safeguarding Tel: 01476 583 131 E-mail: beccy.leachman@justice.gov.uk. Road Safety Partnership. Steven Batchelor Manager Tel: 01522 805 816 E-mail: steven.batchelor@lincolnshire.gov.uk. SSAFA. Lorraine Grantham Advanced. Public protection manual: PSI 18/2016, PI 17/2016. Guidelines for prison and probation staff on assessing and managing a prisoner's risk during their time in custody and in preparation for. Protocol between MAPPA Strategic Management Board (SMB) and Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) Introduction The SMB and the Merseyside LSCBs have agreed this protocol to ensure there is effective cooperation and communication between the SMB and Merseyside LSCBs and a clear understanding of responsibilities in respect of MAPPA REFERRAL TO MAPPA LEVEL 2/3 - MAPPA A In order to ensure that the referral is processed quickly and that all information is available to the Coordinator please ensure the following: 1. Every applicable question is answered with as much information as possible. 2. As the Lead Agency, you should already have a comprehensive Risk Assessment an

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The Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) is the single point of contact for all professionals to report safeguarding concerns. You can contact the MASH team in one of the following ways: if you wish to report a concern anonymously, please contact us on 0300 500 80 90. Please note that a MASH referral from a practitioner working with the child. Andrew served 30+ years with Devon & Cornwall Police, latterly as a Detective Superintendent leading on child protection and Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA). In retirement he acted as Independent Chair of a number of Serious Case Reviews; Buckfast Abbey Safeguarding Commission; and later similarly for Plymouth RC diocese 6 Processes which support adult safeguarding . 6.1 Multi agency public protection arrangements (MAPPA) 6.2 Multiagency Risk Assessment Conference . 7. Personal budgets and self-directed care . 8. Information sharing . Part two: Operational procedures . 1. Introduction . 2. Authority and accountability 2.1 The local authority 2.2 Partner. Attend a level 2 or 3 MAPP meeting quarterly, to assist in understanding the process and to enable the monitoring and evaluation of MAPPA. Confirm that the SMB has created effective links with other multi-agency forums, e.g. the Local Criminal Justice Board and the Local Safeguarding Children Boards •Representing London CRC at Safeguarding and Community Safety Partnership Boards •Chairing Reducing Reoffending Boards •Risk management and quality assurance (Social Services, Police, substance misuse agencies); public protection work (MAPPA, safeguarding, Phase 2 and lifer custody processes

Attend a level 2 or 3 MAPP meeting quarterly, to assist in understanding the process and to enabling the monitoring and evaluation of MAPPA. Confirm that the SMB has created effective links with other multi-agency forums, e.g. the Local Criminal Justice Board and the Local Safeguarding Children Boards Multi-agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) The practice guidance describes MAPPA and it's links to safeguarding adults procedures. MAPPA procedures may be a consideration in a safeguarding adults enquiry as it may be a method of managing risks posed by an alleged perpetrator MAPPA grew out of the closer working relationship that developed between the police and probation (and latterly other agencies) in the late 1990s. Sections 67 and 68 of the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act (2000) first placed these arrangements on a statutory footing. Sections 325-327 of the Criminal Justice Act (2003) re-enacted and. 9.2.1: The Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) were introduced in the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000. The Act placed a statutory duty on each of the 43 Police and Probation areas and more recently the Criminal Justice Act 2003 included the Prison Service, to work together as the Responsible Authority to assess and manage the risks posed by convicted, sexual.

CNTW(C)25 - MAPPA (Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements) Policy CNTW(C)24 Appendix 6C Guidance on Organising, Managing, and Recording of Multi-Agency Meetings Clinical Teams are managing safeguarding and public protection risks as part of their core business, including that which may not be subject to formal frameworks e.g 2.40 Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) 34 2.41 Herbert Protocol 34 2.42 People who Live Street Based Lives 34 SECTION 3: ADULT SAFEGUARDING PRACTICE 36 3.1 Mental Capacity and Consent 36 3.2 Mental Capacity Assessment 3 Local Safeguarding Children Board MAPPA Multi-Agency Public Protection Panel MARAC Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference MASH Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub MCA Mental capacity Act OPG Office of the Public Guardian PRU Pupil referral unit PVGS. Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Committee Page 3 of 10 Version 1.0 October 2016 Domestic Abuse Victim is identified With the consent of the victim, sensitively complete a SafeLives Dash Risk Assessment Checklist accessed at www.safelives.org.uk or Trust Intranet Safeguarding Adults or Childre

April 2021. Welcome to Darlington multi-agency safeguarding child protection procedures which have been developed by Darlington Safeguarding Partnership (DSP) the procedures are applicable to all those working in the Darlington locality, whether paid or unpaid in DSP agencies and in private or voluntary sector organisations with responsibility for children CAMHS Training CEOP - Thinkuknow Programme MAPPA Training Safeguarding All e-learning Safeguarding Children Training SCIE E-Learning Resource This part of the website applies to you if you are a 'professional', working with or caring for children and young people in an employed or voluntary capacity Ending safeguarding enquiries when a criminal investigation is ongoing. When there is a safeguarding enquiry involving a criminal investigation, the police will lead the criminal investigation and contribute towards the safeguarding enquiry. Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) are in place to ensure the successful management. Safeguarding adults policy statement All organisations, including those that are faith based, need to have a safeguarding policy for children and adults. Thirtyone:eight have a model policy available to their members on their web site but below are some suggestions if you writing a policy and want to show your commitment to adult safeguarding HAMPSHIRE SAFEGUARDING ADULTS BOARD AND HMP WINCHESTER Framework for Safeguarding in Prison A Memorandum of Understanding December 2013 MAPPA, Serious Case Review, PREVENT, Persistent and Prolific Offenders and initiatives such as Safer Custody, Through the Gate, etc

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2.4.5 Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA

MAPPA stands for Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements. and it is the process through which criminal justice agencies work together with other relevant agencies to protect the public by managing the risks posed by violent and sexual offenders living in the community The Safeguarding Adults Competency Framework is for use by the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Adults Workforce to support individuals and organisations to undertake their safeguarding roles and responsibilities in a confident and competent manner. There is an expectation that organisations will ensure that all staff providing a service kno 2.1 What is safeguarding? 2.2 Who do adult safeguarding duties apply to? 2.3 Types and indicators of abuse and neglect. 2.4 Radicalisation. 2.5 Who abuses and neglects adults? 2.6 Self-neglect. 2.7 Pressure Ulcers. 2.8 Serious Incident. 2.9 Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs) 2.10 Mechanisms to support adult safeguarding

The Criminal Justice Act 2003 provides for the establishment of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements(MAPPA) in each of the 42 criminal justice areas in England and Wales. MAPPA is not a statutory body in itself but is a mechanism through which agencies can better discharge their statutory responsibilities and protect the public in a co-ordinated manner Safeguarding Policy Final 20/10/2016 (minor updating August 2017) Page 3 of 12 Scope This Safeguarding Policy is an over-arching policy, applying across our business. It is important that all staff, managers, directors, board members and involved customers are aware that safeguarding is 'everyone's responsibility' and that we all have 1. Revisits the Contextual Safeguarding framework and its key features (domains, weighting and interplay) 2. Details the values that underpin the Contextual Safeguarding framework and the service/practice requirements it generates 3. Introduces how Contextual Safeguarding has been implemented at two levels 4 This guide is part of a range of products to support implementation of the adult safeguarding aspects of the Care Act 2014. The guide focuses on the sharing of sensitive or personal information between the local authority and its safeguarding partners (including GPs and health, the police, service providers, housing, regulators and the Office of the Public Guardian) for safeguarding purposes safeguarding adults recording forms (cpf 4.02.1) safeguarding, protecting and promoting the welfare of children and child visitors (cpf 4.03) policy for patient safety: incident reporting and management (cpf 4.0) safeguarding allegations and utilisation of suspension (pm 20.9) prevent policy and strategy (ch 48

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Manchester Royal Infirmary: general queries, advice or information in the below health services, please contact named nurse for safeguarding adults: Tel: 0161 274 4981: MAPPA Support Unit (MSU) Tel: 0161 856 3636 Referral forms to MAPPA can be requested via email from nwnps.manchester.mappa@probation.gsi.gov.u Further details, from the RCGP including recommended read-codes for adult and child safeguarding concerns are listed here. Processing medical records in relation to safeguarding concerns: Information to practices could include case conference summaries or more detailed case conference minutes (including MARAC and MAPPA minutes)

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The Practice Safeguarding Self-Assessment Tool is intended to support organisational development in safeguarding children. It may be downloaded and amended to suit individual practice needs. The practice team will be able to use it during, or immediately after, a training session or in-house team meeting for a baseline assessment of organisational need, risks and gaps to allow for the. MAPPA / PDP referral form to be completed as appropriate - approved by team manager and submitted to SAPP Team on mappa@cntw.nhs.uk for the attention of Safeguarding Adults Practitioner Lead (MAPPA) for submission to MAPPA unit. Referral submitted to MAPPA screening panel by SAPP team Decision received from screening Panel to Safeguarding an The three categories of MAPPA offender are: Category 1: Registered Sex Offenders - offenders required to comply with the notification requirements (often referred to as registration) set out in s.80 or s.81 Sexual Offences Act 2003. Category 2: Violent or other sex offenders who have committed offences listed in schedule 15 of the Criminal.

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The Bridgend Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub, or MASH, provides safeguarding services from both the council and our partners across the community in one place. MASH is the single point of contact for all new safeguarding concerns. The Bridgend MASH will enable earlier, higher-quality information sharing, analysis and decision-making Safeguarding Adults Policy Safeguarding Adults Policy Version 1.0 Purpose: To advise and inform all Trust staff of their responsibilities and the actions to be taken to ensure MAPPA Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements MARAC Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Committee MASH Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub MCA Mental Capacity Act MSP Making. including the Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act, Safeguarding Adults, MAPPA, MARAC and Channel. These processes will be seen as having primacy and the VARM will only be called if the vulnerable adult does not fall within these processes or if it is felt that a VARM will reduce the risk of serious harm or death

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The responsible Safeguarding Adults Board will consider every referral on the basis of whether it meets the Safeguarding Adults Review criteria as stipulated in section 44 of the Care Act 2014 which states Safeguarding is aimed at anybody aged 18 or over who has care and support needs and who is unable to protect themselves from either the risk or the experience of abuse or neglect.. Local services must work together to safeguard adults in a way that supports them to make choices and have control about how they want to live

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