Monthly Archives: May 2019

Child Criminal Exploitation/County Lines and Police Information Sharing Processes: Free Training Events 2019

Hampshire Constabulary are hosting a number of events across the county for external partners relating to Child Criminal Exploitation/County Lines and Police Information Sharing Processes specific to the use of the Community Partnership Form.

Bookings are now being taken for the next 3 events, to be held in Basingstoke, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight in the coming months. These events are not limited to professionals within that area only, they are open cross-county for the convenience of all.

Please share this information among your colleague and professional networks.

For more information and to make a booking via Eventbrite, please visit the event page on the  Safe4me website:



Friday 28th June 2019 10:00 – 12:00 (arrival from 09:45)

The Hampshire Suite @ Apollo Hotel, Aldermaston Roundabout, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9NU



Monday 8th July 13:00 – 15:00 (arrival from 12:45)

The Inspiration Suite @ Village Hotel Portsmouth, Lakeshore Drive, Portsmouth, PO6 3FR


Isle Of Wight

Monday 23rd September 2019 13:00 – 15:00 (arrival from 12:45)

The Trafalgar Room @ Riverside Centre, The Quay, Newport, PO30 2QR


Please note the points below:

All events will start promptly at the time stated – please arrive in good time

Basingstoke and Portsmouth venues have free onsite parking. IOW venue has very limited parking with pay & display parking nearby.

Refreshments will not be provided but can be purchased at the venue

Please notify the organisers in advance if you have a disability, hearing impairment or other need which they need to make the venue aware of.


Please contact if you have any questions.

Portsmouth Safeguarding Adults Board SAR publication – May 2019

The Portsmouth Safeguarding Adults Board has just published a Safeguarding Adults Review of “Mr D”. This review considered the care and support in Portsmouth provided by agencies between 2012 and 2017 to a young man with a learning disability. Key themes identified included transition, mental capacity, MSP, professional curiosity, and the need for a family approach.


The executive summary report and briefing for practitioners is available on the PSAB website here:

This will be added to the SCIE SAR library in due course.

HSAB and HSCB Family Approach Toolkit and Workshops

The Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board and Hampshire Safeguarding Childrens Board will be running a number of joint workshops in June and July 2019. The overarching aim of these workshops is to launch the Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton Adults and Children’s Family Approach Protocol and supporting practitioner toolkit.


The workshop will use information from the toolkit to support professionals from both children and adult sectors across the Pan Hampshire and Isle of Wight areas to understand how issues including Mental Health, Substance Misuse, Domestic Violence, Learning Disabilities and Neglect, affect all family members, including children (as well as unborn babies) and adults at risk as defined in the Care Act 2014.


Delegates will be given time to consider how the needs of children and / or adults living with hidden harm impact on the whole family, and the importance of early identification of these needs and effective communication between services is important in order to support those at risk and their families.


The content of the workshops is the same in all locations and professionals from any agency operating in each of the four local authority areas are able to book onto any event for free. The workshop will run for between two to three hours.


Please visit our Learning Zone  pages for more information.