About the Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership
Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership Arrangements
Arrangements for safeguarding children in England are changing and the Salford Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) was replaced by the Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership (SSCP). Salford was selected as one of 17 'early adopters' and will be one of the first areas to publish how partners will work together to safeguard children.
These new arrangements, were implemented from April 2019 and outline how more emphasis will be placed on considering outcomes for children and young people, and the impact of work that organisations in Salford do to keep children safe, well and achieving their aspirations. The partnership will have more time for reflective discussion, scrutiny of work with children and families and sharing learning so that we can improve.
The process to report concerns about a child remains the same, and the operational activity within organisations has not changed. The public and practitioners will be reminded it's everyone's responsibility to keep children safe, and any concerns should be reported to The Bridge Partnership on 0161 603 4500 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please download the document below.
- Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership Arrangements - January 2019 (Adobe PDF format, 1.36mb)
- Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership 7 minute briefing (Adobe PDF format, 593kb)
- Watch Salford Youth Council’s short film to explain the new safeguarding arrangements
- Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership Roadshow 2019 (Adobe PDF format 1mb)
- Bolton, Salford and Wigan Child Death Arrangements (Adobe PDF format 479kb)
Members of the partnership
Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership (SSCP) is made up of members whose role and seniority enable them to commit their organisation/agency to the development and maintenance of effective inter-agency working to safeguard children and young people in Salford. Details of the agencies that make up the board are listed in the table below.
|Boothstown Methodist Primary School||Karen Armfield||Head Teacher|
|Community Rehabilitation Company||Danielle Buckley||Community Director|
|Lay Member: Binoh of Manchester||Rabbi Simon Grant||Director of Community Services|
|Greater Manchester Police||Rachael Harrison||District Superintendent|
|Independent||Simon Westwood||Independent Adviser, Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership|
|National Probation Service||Manjit Byrne||Assistant Chief Executive|
|NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group||Andrea Patel||Designated Nurse|
|NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group||Francine Thorpe||Director of Quality & Innovation|
|NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group||Kalpesh Dixit||Designated Doctor|
|Salford City Council||Deborah Blackburn||Assistant Director: Public Health Nursing|
|Salford & Manchester Legal Services||Lorraine Ashton||Deputy Head of Children and Families Services (Legal)|
|Salford City Council||Charlotte Ramsden||Strategic Director of Children's and Adult's Services|
|Salford City Council||Zoe Fearon||Assistant Director of Specialist Services|
|Salford City Council||Emma Ford||Head of Safeguarding Unit|
|Salford City Council||Tim Rumley||Children's Services Senior Manager|
|Greater Manchester Mental Health||Cathryn Buckley||Head of Adult and Child Safeguarding|
|Salford City Council||Vicky Pemberton||Senior Communications Officer|
|Salford CVS||Michelle Warburton||Voice and Influence Manager|
|Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership||Tiffany Slack||SSCP Business Manager|
|Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership||Vivienne Bentley||Senior Business Support Officer|
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