Supporting Jersey organisations to protect children and vulnerable adults from harm, abuse and neglect
Children and adults are best safeguarded when professionals are clear about what is required of them and how they need to work together.
The Safeguarding Partnership Board’s role is to co-ordinate work locally which will safeguard children and adults and to monitor and challenge the effectiveness of Jersey’s safeguarding arrangements.
Information about local procedures for safeguarding children and young people and useful information for parents, children and young people, as well as professionals and volunteers working with these groups.
Information about local procedures for safeguarding adults at risk of abuse and harm as well as useful information for families and carers, professionals or volunteers working with or caring for adults at risk.
We offer a wide range of multi-agency training covering all areas of safeguarding topics.
Our resource section offers a series of SPB multi-agency policies, strategies, guidance and general information.
Our reports section contains our annual reports, serious case reviews, audit reports and additional learning reports.
A speaker with lived experience of domestic abuse attended yesterday’s campaign launch event to help local businesses “spot the red flags” in employees who may be victims of domestic abuse.
David Goosey has been appointed to continue the joint safeguarding arrangements between the Government of Jersey and the States of Guernsey.
The Law makes it a statutory requirement to ensure that everybody who works with children and young people works towards an overriding objective, to promote and support the wellbeing and safeguard the welfare of children and young people.