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As part of the North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board (NYSCB) Communications Strategy and to support the development of the new NYSCB website, due to launch in October 2015, you can now follow us on Twitter:

@nyscb

Or visit:

https://twitter.com/NYSCB

The NYSCB Twitter feed will be used to bring you:

  • Safeguarding tips and advice
  • Information about changes to procedures and practice guidance

  • Details about important safeguarding events

  • Updates regarding available NYSCB courses, and

  • Regular updates regarding the work of the NYSCB

The Twitter feed will also provide information and advice for children, young people and their families, providing links to resources and services that can provide them with help and support.

Latest News

Safeguarding Week - We can all play a part in spotting and reporting abuse

The need for everyone to play a part in helping to spot abuse in its many forms was the key message from a York and North Yorkshire conference that brought together professionals working to safeguard children and adults.

Changes in how to access Comprehensive Child Protection Pathway Training

As of the 1st October, NYSCB Partners will be able to access the CCPP course via North Yorkshire Education Services http://smartsolutions.northyorks.gov.uk

Safeguarding Week - Everyone can help to spot the signs of abuse

Abuse can happen to anyone and can take many different forms – which is why the theme of this year’s safeguarding awareness week from 9 to 13 October is ‘Safeguarding is everybody’s business’.

Consulation launched on Self-Harm Pathways

As part of the Developing Excellence in Local Public Health (DELPH), a sector led improvement programme that all the Directors of Public Health in Yorkshire and Humber are signed up to, we would like to review the current self-harm pathway...

New Graphic Novel for young people to focus on on-line propaganda and extreamist grooming

Hurt By Hate Graphic Novel aims to raise awareness of the potential impact of on-line propaganda and extremist grooming on young people, across North Yorkshire and York.

NSPCC Understanding links child abuse, animal abuse and domestic violence

There is increasing research and clinical evidence which suggests that there are sometimes inter-relationships, commonly referred to as ‘links’, between the abuse of children, vulnerable adults and animals. A better understanding of these links can help to protect victims, both...

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