TRI-X MULTI-AGENCY CHILD PROTECTIONS PROCEDURES
The following will be updated in the next TriX Multi Agency Child Protection Procedures:
Pan Merseyside Child Protection Procedure – Parenting Capacity and Learning Disabilities 2021
Multi Agency Escalation Policy 2022
Updated Neglect Procedure
Anti Bullying Policy Guidance 2020
Knowsley Safeguarding Children Partnership – Business Plan 2020 – 2022
Local Child Safeguarding Practice Review Framework – April 2020
PAN Merseyside Multi Agency Child Exploitation Protocol 2020
Police and Social Care Joint Working Protocol 2020
MULTI-AGENCY FORMS & GUIDANCE
Children who display Harmful and Inappropriate Sexual Behaviour Procedural Guidance
Helping Children Thrive
Safe Sleep & SUDiC
Pre Birth Protocol
Local Child Safeguarding Practice Review Framework
Knowsley Safeguarding Children Partnership Improvement Framework
SCHOOL & EDUCATION SETTINGS
Governing bodies and proprietors should ensure there are appropriate policies and procedures in place, this should include:
Individual schools and colleges having an effective child protection policy. The child protection policy should describe the procedures which are in accordance with government guidance and refer to locally agreed multi-agency safeguarding arrangements put in place by the three safeguarding partners. KCSIE,2018
Schools can use this template child protection policy document to develop their own school policy. This document is fully compliant with KCSIE, 2018 and all local safeguarding arrangements.
Governing bodies and proprietors should ensure there are procedures in place to manage concerns/allegations, against staff (including volunteers) that might indicate they would pose a risk of harm to children. Para, 91 KCSIE, 2018.
Schools can use this template Allegations Management Policy and Procedures document to develop their own school policy. This document is fully compliant with KCSIE, 2018 and all local safeguarding arrangements.
All children, young people and vulnerable adults in Knowsley have the right to go about their lives without fear of being threatened, assaulted or harassed. Knowsley Council is committed to providing safe environments for children, young people and adults, which includes addressing the issue of bullying so that they feel safe from harm.
The guidance supports the work of statutory, voluntary and community organisations in their approach to tackling bullying in all Knowsley school, youth and community settings. All children and young people deserve an environment where they feel safe and valued and in which they can flourish. The guidance, in conjunction with the anti-bullying policies of organisations aims to reduce the frequency of bullying incidents and to increase the likelihood that incidents are disclosed to responsible adults and to intervene effectively when bullying occurs.
The guidance is aimed at supporting agencies across the borough that work with residents in various settings.
An Introduction to Safeguarding Children Induction Booklet
Agencies can use this document to support the induction process of all staff and volunteers. Reading this document will also become a prerequisite for some KSCB training courses, to ensure that attendees are up to date and understand the role they have in safeguarding children.An Introduction to Safeguarding Children Resource Induction Pack 2017