Childrenâ€™s Trust Network 19 October 2011. Developments in Safeguarding. Anthony May Corporate Director for Children, Families and Cultural Services. Where we have come from. A new Childrenâ€™s Department in 2006 A successful JAR in 2008
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Developments in Safeguarding
Anthony MayCorporate Director for Children, Families and Cultural Services
“In a relatively short period of time the local authority, and the full range of partners, have made significant progress in understanding and improving safeguarding services within the county. Senior managers within the local authority, and at the highest level from across partner agencies, have a shared understanding of the effectiveness of safeguarding services.”
“Effective plans are in place to continue with service improvement reflected in the Safeguarding Improvement Plan, the Nottinghamshire Children, Young People and Families Plan and the NSCB Business Plan.”
“Appropriate action is taken by partners and children’s social care to safeguard children. The quality of provision has improved but as yet remains inconsistent. However, performance management and quality assurance have been a significant driver to date and are a good basis for continuing improvements.”