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Tri-borough Safeguarding The Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster Experience Jean Daintith, Independent Chair LSCB Andrew Christie, Tri-borough Executive Director of Children ’ s Services Kate Singleton, Head of Combined Safeguarding, Review and Quality Assurance

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Tri borough safeguarding

Tri-borough Safeguarding

The Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster Experience

Jean Daintith, Independent Chair LSCB

Andrew Christie, Tri-borough Executive Director of Children’s Services

Kate Singleton, Head of Combined Safeguarding, Review and Quality Assurance

Tim Deacon, LSCB Manager

Nicky Brownjohn, Designated Nurse for Safeguarding

DI Jim Wingrave, Central Child Abuse Investigation Team

10th December 2012




Tri borough lscb

Tri-borough LSCB

Initial Impressions : Impact on Health

Nicky Brownjohn



Collaborative learning
Collaborative Learning

Strength of evidence from cases shared between boroughs

Consistency of LSCB messages for providers of health services across multiple boroughs

Learning continuum

Opportunity to influence other tri-borough work e.g maternity DV project



Lessons and challenges
Lessons and challenges

Inheriting three legacies

Large Board

Agreeing our priorities

Capacity and resources

Relationships across partnerships

Making an impact, using influence

Future plans