Safeguarding at Showcase TrainingFollow our page for the latest news and advice regarding Safeguarding - new resources, information, and news stories are uploaded regularly
Information, Guides and and Posters
Download our guides and posters by clicking on the images.
Safeguarding in the News
Latest guidance, stories, and features.
“Government must end use of pain-inducing restraint techniques and solitary confinement of detained children“
– Parliament 18/04/2019
“Youth Select Committee 2019 begin investigation into UK’s rising knife crime“
– Parliament 08/04/2019
“Inquiry publishes summary of victims and survivors’ views on mandatory reporting“
– IICSA 03/04/2019
“Research shows preventative interventions have a positive effect on children’s mental health – but how strong is the evidence behind this research?“
– Children’s Social Care 01/04/2019
“Changing the role of assessment for children and young people affected by sexual exploitation“
– NICE 29/03/2019
“Podcast: Protect and Respect – talking about how our service to protect young people from exploitation is evolving“
– NSPCC 27/03/2019
“Children whose families struggle to get on are more likely to have mental disorders“
– ONS 26/03/2019
“Sexual abuse of boys continues to be missed: what social workers can do”
– Community Care 18/03/2019
“EU Exit: no deal preparations for local authority children’s services in England”
– Gov UK 15/03/2019
“Children’s charity call on all to ‘Step Up, Speak Up’ to end sexual harassment online“
– Childnet 14/03/2019
“‘Killer’ mum and lover ‘laughed and asked for cigarettes as toddler they poisoned lay dying in hospital’“
– The Sun 14/03/2019
– National Crime Agency 13/03/2019
“Inquiry opens core participant applications for child sexual exploitation by organised networks”
– IICSA 06/03/2019
“Failure to support children exposed to domestic violence costs UK taxpayers up to £1.4bn”
– Hestia 05/03/2019
Have a concern/question and need to get in touch with someone?
Contact the Safeguarding and Prevent Officer, Ellen Mould:
– Email: email@example.com
– Phone: 01329 848714
Or submit a message using the form.
Please note, you are able to submit this form anonymously if required (name and email not mandatory).