Membership

Membership includes core members, as identified through the Care Act 2014,  and associate members who are invited on to the HSAB in order to enhance multi-agency working. Membership is as follows:

  • Independent Chair
  • HSAB Board Manager

Core members

  • Hampshire County Council Adults Health and Care
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • Hampshire Constabulary

Associate Members

  • Community Safety Partnerships
  • District/Borough Councils
  • Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service
  • Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Rehabilitation Company
  • Hampshire County Council Children’s Services
  • HMP Winchester
  • Independent care sector
  • NHS England (Wessex Local Area Team)
  • NHS Trusts (acute, community, mental health and ambulance)
  • National Probation Service South Central
  • Trading Standards
  • Chairs of HSAB Subgroups

Advisory

  • Advocacy organisations
  • Carer organisations
  • Care Quality Commission
  • Director of Adults Health and Care
  • Executive Member, Hampshire County Council
  • HealthWatch
  • Public Health
  • Service user representatives
  • Voluntary and Community Sector (Community Action Hampshire)

HSAB also maintains links with a range of agencies whose functions support adult safeguarding work and the protection of adults at risk of abuse or neglect.

  • Coroner’s office
  • Crown Prosecution Service
  • Department of Work and Pensions
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Service
  • Domestic Abuse services
  • Drug and Alcohol Services
  • Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery organisations
  • MAPPA (Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements)
  • Office of the Public Guardian
  • Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office
  • PREVENT
  • UK Border Agency
  • Victim Support
  • Witness Protection Services

 

Involvement of service users

The HSAB aims to promote the involvement and contribution of service users on the Board and its activities.  We continue to explore a range of approaches to achieve meaningful engagement of service users to ensure that the work of the Board is informed and shaped by the voice of service users.