Hayley Wright (Aurora New Dawn) and Emma Hazan (Hampton Trust) have very kindly agreed to deliver a workshop session on how to use the Priority Perpetrator Identification Tool on Thursday 7th September 2017, 9.30am – 4.30pm at Rushmoor Council Offices in Farnborough.
The PPIT tool is the identification tool used to ‘help practitioners identify a particular subset of offenders who are considered the most dangerous and therefore priorities for multi-agency management and monitoring’ (Robinson and Clancy, 2016) and was developed by Dr Amanda Robinson, Reader in Criminology at Cardiff University.
Details of the training are attached. Please could you contact Karen.Evans@communitysafetynh.org if you would like to attend.
There is no charge for the training.
Invitation PPIT training 2017
The Hampshire Safeguarding Adults and Children’s Boards are holding a joint conference on Tuesday 12th September 2017 on the topic of: Adopting a Family Approach to Domestic Abuse.
The Conference Learning Outcomes are:
- To understand what is meant by ‘adopting a family approach’ to working with both children and adults and their families
- To understand the types and forms of domestic abuse, including coercive control, adolescent relationship abuse, and adolescent on parent abuse
- To understand the impact of domestic abuse on the family as a whole
- To understand what support and interventions are available to both perpetrators and victims of domestic abuse, and their families in Hampshire
- To be confident in the application of legal frameworks and national / local learning in frontline practice
HSCB and HSAB Programme
We would be grateful if you could share this information within your organisation and any networks you’re linked into to. Please follow the link below for further information and to book a place.
HSCB1000 HSCB / HSAB Conference – Adopting a Family Approach to Domestic Abuse
If you have any difficulties booking a place, please contact the HCC Children’s Services Workforce Development team on 01962 715669.
HSAB has been made aware of an online ‘game’ which encourages young people to self harm for 50 days and then take their life by suicide on the last day. It is believed that the game originated in Russia and there have been reports of its use in other areas of Europe. We have been asked not to circulate the name of the ‘game’.
Public Health England advice is to treat this information and the sharing of the information with extreme caution and ensure sensitive communication. Emails and communications can promote the issue and cause harm through undue concern and inadvertently encouraging risky behaviour. Specifically they are recommending the name and descriptions of the alleged-game is not shared . PHE recommends that concerned parties should relay generic advice. The following pointers should be helpful:
The programme for the HSAB Multi-Agency Safeguarding Training Programme in 2017 is now available!
Multi-Agency Safeguarding Training Programme 2017
All events are free to attend and can be registered for on our Eventbrite page here:
On 10th March the Department of Health published the refreshed edition of the Care and Support statutory guidance. The statutory guidance supports implementation of part 1 of the Care Act 2014 by local authorities, the NHS, the police and other partners. The new edition supersedes the version issued in October 2014. It takes account of regulatory changes, feedback from stakeholders and the care sector and developments following the postponement of social care funding reforms to 2020. The guidance is being published as an online document and the new format is intended to be read online and so has improved navigation and search functionality. Not all chapters have been revised and some have only received minor clarifications to improve understanding following feedback from the sector.
Statutory Guidance to the Care Act 2014 (Updated March 2016, DH)
The link below indicates where changes have been made and provides more detail on the more significant changes.
Table summarising revisions to the Care Act 2014 Statutory Guidance
The Department of Health has also update the series of factsheets about the Care act 2014.
Care Act 2014 Factsheets (Updated March 2016, DH)
The revised Statutory Guidance to the Care Act 2014 has been published. The main change is the removal of the DASM role replaced with a new section on allegations management. There is also a new section on practice leadership relating to core agencies. Some forms of abuse such as financial and domestic abuse have been expanded to reflect new legislation. The link to the new statutory guidance can be found below:
Revised Care Act Statutory Guidance (March 2016)
Please find a summary of key changes to Chapter 14 of the Care Act 2014 in the link below.
Key changes to Chapter 14 of the Care Act 2014 Statutory Guidance March 2016
The Housing and Safeguarding Adults Alliance (HASAA) has launched a new and revised website (http://www.housinglin.org.uk/AdultSafeguardingAndHousing), hosted by the Housing LIN (Learning Improvement Network). The site has separate links for legislation and practice issues. Of particular interest to housing providers may be the example of another housing provider’s Safeguarding Adults’ policy and procedures. These have been provided via the HASAA by the Together Housing Group as part of the Alliance’s commitment to share good practice. Together Housing’s policy and procedures have been updated to reflect changes arising from the Care Act 2014, including revised definitions, types of abuse, ‘Making Safeguarding Personal’, making enquiries, and Safeguarding Adults Reviews. The Housing and Safeguarding Adults Alliance brings together leading-edge housing providers to work alongside professional and trade body representatives, and partners in adult social care and health, to encourage, assist, promote and recognise the role and contribution of the housing sector in safeguarding adults with the aim of improving the engagement of all social housing providers in safeguarding adults and build greater understanding by the statutory partners of the key role housing can play. The Alliance steering group comprises representatives from: Anchor, Centre for Housing and Support, Chartered Institute of Housing, Housing Learning Improvement Network, Knightstone Housing Association, National Housing Federation, Peabody, Research in Practice for Adults, Sitra, Social Landlords Crime and Nuisance Group, Sutton Housing Partnership, Together Housing.
As part of its review of the Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) process, HSAB has revised the SAR guidance and referral form. The referral form explains when to make SAR referrals and outlines the decision making criteria the board will use. Please can you use this form for any referrals and cascade this to relevant colleagues.
Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board Strategic Plan 2016/21
This Strategic Plan highlights the HSAB’s strategic priorities and objectives over the next five years. A number of factors have helped to shape and influence these priorities including a review of the Board carried out earlier in the year, response to national developments, the findings of a major stakeholder survey undertaken in January 2016 and feedback gained from a series of engagement events held in May 2016. For more detailed information on this plan and others, please visit our Strategies & Plans page.
Hampshire’s Safeguarding Boards have collaborated to develop a new multi-agency policy and practice guidance on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). This covers mandatory reporting duties relating to girls under 18 year old and also our wider responsibilities to women over 18 years who may have been subject to FGM. Copies of these documents can be found in the Professionals area of the website.
This week the Hampshire and IOW PREVENT Partnership Board published its new website. It hosts a wealth of useful information and resources relating to the prevention of radicalisation and violent extremism. Links to national and local guidance, training, resources and support organisations can be found on the PREVENT Website which can be accessed from the following link:
Hampshire County Council’s Supportive Communities Team have developed a new Wellbeing Trigger Tool e-learning package. This is a free 45 minute interactive training tool to help volunteers, neighbours and the general public and professionals to help people to stay well, independent and safe in their own homes for as long as possible. With a focus on helping people to help themselves, thinking about quality of life and remembering to ‘Think Carers!’, this light touch training tool will help anyone to support someone in their local community. The training also introduces the new ‘Connect to Support’ website which offers information and a directory of services for Hampshire residents. Please use the following link to access the training or alternatively, you can access this through the ‘Community and Your Area’ section from the Hantsweb host page:
Please share this training as far and wide as you can as it is helpful to all. You are welcome to put a link to the training on your own websites. Your local Voluntary Service will also be offering a free community based version of this training from October 2016.
We are very pleased to announce that the Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Planner for 2017 has now been published.
Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board (HSAB) and Sub Groups Annual Planner Jan – Dec 2017
Please find attached the Safeguarding Policy and Practice Bulletin from June to September 2016.
HSAB Policy and Practice Bulletin September 2016
HSAB has published its annual report for 2015/16. This outlines the activities undertaken by the Board over the past year to enable it to fulfil its statutory responsibilities regarding the strategic development and oversight of adult safeguarding across Hampshire. This report covers a one year period (1st April 2015 to 31st March 2016) and highlights the Board’s progress and achievements in delivering its strategic priorities and objectives and provides a review of its business plan highlighting challenges and also key achievements. It also outlines the areas requiring focus for the coming year.
The report can be found by clicking the link below:
HSAB Annual Report 2015-2016
Please find attached the Safeguarding Policy and Practice Bulletin from January to June 2016.
HSAB Policy and Practice Bulletin June 2016
The Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board is undertaking a survey to find out what’s important to local people when it comes to safeguarding adults at risk from abuse or neglect and suggestions about improving local safeguarding services. Have your say and let us know how we’re doing by filling out this short questionnaire. The Board will be using the feedback provided will be used to inform the Safeguarding Plan we are writing for the area covered by Hampshire County Council.
Statement from the Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board
The report into the findings of the Ms B Safeguarding Adult Review is published today. Carol Bode, the independent chair of the Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board has provided the following message:
“At its meeting on 16 December, the Board considered the findings of the Safeguarding Adult Review regarding the case of Ms B, and the series of recommendations for how the agencies involved in her support could work better together in the future.
Ms B had complex health and care needs and was receiving support from a number of different agencies. This report identifies learning which agencies can use for future improvement. Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board is committed to working alongside commissioners and care providers to implement the report’s recommendations”.
Ms B Safeguarding Adult Review Report December 2015
Ms B Safeguarding Adult Review Executive Summary (December 2015)
The Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board is a multi agency partnership which commissions Safeguarding Adult Reviews in a very small number of cases where an adult with care and support needs has died or has been seriously injured, in order to identify lessons to improve future practice and partnership working.
Following a recent selection process, Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Carol Bode as the new Independent Chair of the board. Carol will be taking up her new position from 1st January 2016 and she will be bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to this role. Carol is a serving adult and youth bench magistrate in North Hampshire. She has a range of other interests including as Chair of the Group Combined Board, Radian Housing Association; Non-Executive Director of the Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Chair of its Quality and Safety Committee and an associate with NHS Providers, Trust Development Authority and The Rialto Consultancy.
UPDATED: HSAB Policy & Practice Bulletin now updated. Please click the link below for details.
HSAB Policy & Practice Bulletin September 2015