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North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board

Prof. Nick Frost, NYSCB Independent Chair
Dallas Frank, Safeguarding Children Board Manager
Haydn Rees Jones, NYSCB Policy & Development Officer
James Parkes, NYSCB Policy & Development Officer
Sophia Lenton-Brook, NYSCB Leadership Support Officer

Contact the NYSCB:

By email: Simply complete this Contact Form

By post:
North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board
South Block

NYCC, County Hall
Racecourse Lane
Northallerton
DL7 8AE

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For all e-learning enquiries and how to register to book NYSCB training:

If you have difficulties with the NYSCB E-Learning Portal supplied by the Virtual College please contact the following:

Email: info@virtual-college.co.uk

Telephone: (01943) 605976

Child Death Overview Panel

Ali Firby, CDOP Coordinator

Contact the CDOP:

By email: cdop@northyorks.gov.uk

By post:
North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board
South Block
NYCC, County Hall
Racecourse Lane
Northallerton
DL7 8AE

Telephone:  01609 797167

Mobile:  07970 386724

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