SET POLICE PROTECTION PROTOCOL
Essex Police and Southend, Essex and Thurrock Children’s Services have jointly published a Police Protection Protocol.
The guidance outlines appropriate use of this emergency power, including:
The threshold for using Police Protection Powers
The role of the designated officer
Key circumstances in which police protection is most often used in Essex
Expectations of police and social care where Police Protection has been taken
To view the protocol click here or go to the SET Procedures page
THURROCK LSCB MULTI-AGENCY TRAINING - NEW PROGRAMMES AND DATES JUST RELEASED
Inter-Agency Child Protection Training
Professor David Shemmings
Psychology of the Offender
SCR Harry Learning Event
Raising Awareness of Gangs and Youth Violence
For full details and to book visit the Training Page
SERIOUS CASE REVIEW HARRY Click here for the report and practitioner booklet..
SET PROCEDURES UPDATED - MAY 2017
The revised guidance reflects the new definition and guidance for CSE that was agreed and published by the national government earlier in 2017.
It also outlines the new CSE Risk and Vulnerabilities Assessment, which is available within the SET (Southend, Essex & Thurrock) CSE Toolbox. This has been developed to help professionals in all agencies, who have a concern about a child or young person, to assess what level of risk they may be at.
Please click here to see the updated SET procedures and guidance notes.
SERIOUS CASE REVIEW JAMES Click here for the report and practitioner booklet..
LAY MEMBER REQUIRED
We are seeking a new Lay member to join the team- Could that be you ? Click here for more details
PROFESSIONALS - Ever thought about job shadowing. Click here for information
Welcome to the Thurrock LSCB website. We hope you find the site a useful reference and information source.
Thurrock Local Safeguarding Children Board role is to ensure that local agencies provide the best possible services for safeguarding children and the young people of Thurrock.
We are a body of local multi agency representatives, that oversee the implementation of safeguarding systems processes and services for children and young people. More information about what we do can be found in the About section of this website.
Our aim for this site is to provide a useful resource for the community of Thurrock whether you are a professional, parent, carer, child or young person. We want you to find this site helpful in supporting safeguarding and keeping you appraised of the changing world of safeguarding children.
Our site is continually changing as new information and advice becomes available. If you have any suggestions on how to improve the information we provide, please use the feedback form on the contact page to let us know what other information would be helpful to you.
Contact the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
You can phone, or write.
if you believe it is urgent ring immediately:
New Road, Grays,
Call 999 if you are concerned a child needs immediate protection