| Safeguarding practitioners: information sharing advice|
Source By: GOV.UK
This advice is for front-line practitioners and senior managers providing services to:
It helps practitioners and their managers decide when and how to share personal information legally and professionally.
It might also be helpful for practitioners working with adults who are responsible for children who may be in need.
This replaces ‘Information sharing: guidance for practitioners and managers’ (2008).
Departmental advice helps you understand how to comply with the law or explains what our policies mean in practice. You do not have to follow the advice.
|London Child Protection Procedures and Practice Guidance|
Source By: London Safeguarding Children Board
Working Together to Safeguard Children March 2015 and the Consultation response March 2015 have been issued and can be viewed here. Any changes to be made to these procedures arising from this publication will be notified in due course.
The Editorial Board of the London Child Protection Procedures and Guidance has completed consultation and revisions on the following chapters in Part B, Practice Guidance and the chapters have been incorporated in this update.
Other amendments to links and terminology in the procedures can be viewed in the tab above called ‘Amendments and archives’.
Any queries or comments contact Alison Renouf, Manager of the London Safeguarding Children Board: alison.renouf@l
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