Professionals


Welcome to the New Professionals Area

The information in this section is for all staff engaged in safeguarding adults.

 


West Sussex SAB Polices, Procedures and Protocols

Pan Sussex Policy and Procedures

Safeguarding Adults Board Safeguarding Procedures Briefing (June 2018)

Sussex Safeguarding Adult Review Protocol

West Sussex Safeguarding Adult Review Referral Form

Executive Strategic Plan 2016-2019

Escalation Procedure

Safeguarding Professional Zone On West Sussex Connect to Support (including Safeguarding Concern Forms, Body templates, Cause of Risk guidance, etc.)

National Mental Capacity Act – Bournemouth University and The National Centre of Post-Qualifying Social Work and Professional Practice

National Competency Framework for Safeguarding Adults – Comprehensive and Concise – Bournemouth University and The National Centre of Post-Qualifying Social Work and Professional Practice

Adult Safeguarding: Roles and Competencies for Health Care Staff 2018 – Intercollegiate document


Reporting procedures

Reporting Modern Slavery


Safeguarding Adults Reviews

Safeguarding Adult Reviews (West Sussex)

Sussex Safeguarding Adult Review Protocol V2 (May 2018)

Safeguarding Adult Review Referral Form


Other West Sussex SAB Resources

Safeguarding Training Standards

West Sussex Safeguarding Adults Board Quality Assurance Framework


Top Tips

The Care and Business Support Team from West Sussex County Council have created a series of top tips aimed to support care providers with current ‘hot topics’:


External Reports and resources

Learning From Experience Database – Serious Case Reviews – SCRs around the country as compiled by Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board

Modern Slavery Awareness & Victim Identification Guidance – The Home Office have produced guidance,aimed primarily at public sector staff setting out key facts about modern slavery.

Times to Sew Up the Holes in this Safety Net: A Report on Safeguarding in West Sussex October 2016 – Healthwatch and Independent Lives Report

Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy Services leaflet – produced by POhWER

Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) in BSL sign language – a YouTube video BSL, audio and subtitles


 

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