Follow us on Twitter

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.

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