Membership of the NYSCB Executive

Independent Chair
Nick Frost
Professor of Social Work (Childhood, Children and Families)

Vice Chair
Elaine Wyille Designated Safeguarding Nurse
North Yorkshire and York Clinical Commissioning Groups

Children & Young People’s Service

Stuart Carlton
Corporate Director, Children & Young People’s Service

Dallas Frank
Safeguarding Board Manager

Police                                   

Lisa Winward
Assistant Chief Constable

National Probation Service

Louise Johnson
Head of York and North Yorkshire Cluster

Health Commissioners                            

Carrie Wollerton
Executive Nurse, Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group

 

 

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