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Welcome to the North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board's Website

Multi-Agency Procedures

We provide standards for agencies and a framework to promote children’s welfare and protect...

Children & Young People

Advice about friendships, having relationships and what to do if you are worried or...

For Professionals

Safeguarding information and procedures for people working with...

Learning & Improvement

Find out about the latest safeguarding courses on offer for professionals, parents and young...

Parents and Carers

Information for parents and...

Resource Library

Find out about the latest safeguarding courses on offer for professionals, parents and young...

Latest News

New Vulnerability Checklist

All agencies working within North Yorkshire Children’s Trust and North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board have a responsibility to address the needs of children and young people in their area.

The 'Pink Book' - Self-harm and suicidal behaviour

The ‘Pink book’ offers guidance for staff working with children and young people in North Yorkshire under the age of 18 (under 25 for those with disabilities or for care leavers) who self-harm or feel suicidal. It is targeted at...

How Safe are our children?

The NSPCC's most comprehensive overview of child protection in the UK

Free E-Learning

The NYSCB offers a number of links to in-house and external free e-learning resources.

Working with Individuals Vulnerable to Extremism

Express your interest in the second ‘Making the Link’ Conference for North Yorkshire and York...

NYSCB Vulnerable Exploited Missing and Trafficked Conference

The presentations from the NYSCB Vulnerable, Exploited, Missing and Trafficked Conference are now available from the resource library.

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