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July 2018

Updated Chapters
Chapter Name Details
Child Protection Conferences

This procedure has been updated to include links to the following templates to used when submitting reports to Initial and Review Child Protection Conferences:

  • Agency Report Initial / Review Child Protection Conference;
  • GP Report for an Initial Child Protection Conference;
  • GP Report for a Review Child Protection Conference.
Gang Activity, Youth Violence and Criminal Exploitation Affecting Children This guidance has been updated  to include a link to the Home Office publication Criminal Exploitation of Children and Vulnerable Adults: County Lines. Information has also been added throughout to describe how organised criminal groups exploit young people and use them to distribute money and illegal drugs along ‘county lines’.
Managing Individuals who Pose a Risk of Harm to Children The section on Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) has been updated to reflect the latest version of the MAPPA statutory guidance.
Neglect This guidance has been updated to include a reminder for practitioners on the impact of neglect on adolescents. A link to the Hull Safeguarding Children Board Multi-agency Neglect Strategy has also been added.
Self Harm and Suicidal Behaviour The Further Information section has been revised and updated to include links to the most recent publications and relevant specialist websites.
Local Contacts Key local contact information has been reviewed and updated as required.
New Chapters
Chapter Name Details
Deprivation of Liberty and Mental Capacity This new online resource provides information on Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty in relation to children and young people.
Intra Familial Sexual Abuse This guidance contains advice for practitioners on how to identify and respond to concerns in relation to Child Sexual Abuse in the family.

Next Update: January 2019


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