Advice for practitioners
Conference report formats
- Child protection conference – GP report (word document)
- Child Protection Initial Agency Report (word doccument)
- Child Protection – Review Agency Report (word document)
- Initial Child Protection Conference – Parents and Carers Review (word document)
- Review Child Protection Conference – Parents and Carers Views (Word document)
Voice of the child tools
The North East Lincolnshire voice of the Child Tools and guidance will enable a consistent approach to capturing the voice of the child. It is a unitary wide tool for capturing the voice of children/young people from 0 to 18.
- Guidance for profesisonals (PDF)
- Learning disabilities (PDF)
- Tell us we’re listening – 0-2 years (PDF)
- Tell us we’re listening – 3-5 years (PDF)
- Tell us we’re listening – 6-11 years (PDF)
- Tell us we’re listening – 12-14 years (PDF)
- Tell us we’re listening – 15-18 years (PDF)
This guidance is primarily aimed at frontline staff who work with children, young people and potentially vulnerable adults.
Child Sexual Exploitation
- North East Lincolnshire LSCB Child sexual exploitation practice guidance procedure (PDF)
- Child exploitation strategy – 2016 – 2018 (PDF)
- M.A.C.E Risk assessment (Word document)
Child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS)
CAMHS provide specialist services for children and young people up to the age of 18.
Consent and information sharing
Practitioners have advised that there is some ambiguity around when it is appropriate to gain consent. Information sharing is vital to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. These guides give an understanding as to when consent is required and information sharing is appropriate.
- Guide to gaining consent (PDF)
- Nation guidance for information sharing (Gov.uk)
- Information sharing advice for practitioners providing safeguarding services (PDF)
- Police partnership information form (Word document)
- Information about Child Sexual or Criminal Exploitation
- Information about recreational drugs young people are using, names of people who are exploiting young people
Safety in sports
In North East Lincolnshire we want all children to be safe whilst having opportunities to take part in healthy activities they enjoy. In recent reports it has shown that children can be vulnerable when involved with sport and leisure activities. As an organisation we have a responsibility to safeguard children and to inform families about staying safe whilst their child is participating in sporting and leisure activities.
- Safety in sports (PDF)
Domestic Abuse – Coercive Control
Research in Practice for Adults and Women’s Aid have developed a website for social workers and other health and social care practitioners to develop their knowledge and skills in working with situations of coercive control.
Education safeguarding audits