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Understanding the dark web

Understanding the dark web

Understanding the dark web With more children accessing the dark web, it’s important that professionals have an understanding of risks and how to have discussions with children who are known to be using the dark web. CEOP have collaborated with the Marie Collins Foundation and The Children’s Society to put together useful resources for professionals […]

Spread the word about #DogSafety

Leading animal welfare organisations have teamed up to produce a shareable infographic to encourage safe interactions with dogs. Recently we’ve seen several tragic dog attack fatalities, so it’s paramount that families are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to enjoy spending time with their dogs safely.  The Canine and Feline Sector Group Dog […]

Child Safety Week 2022 – Partner Briefing to be shared across your networks

Child Safety Week 2022 – Partner Briefing to be shared across your networks What is Child Safety Week? Child Safety Week is an annual community education campaign run by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT), acting as a catalyst for thousands of safety conversations and activities UK-wide. This year, Child Safety Week runs from Monday 6th […]

Working with Men Conference published

We have just published our recording for the recent virtual online conference “Working with Men” this explored how across the multi-agency workforce we can build on the good practice, identify ways to improve the engagement and voice of men and provide information and resources to enhance this area of work. Speakers included: Brid Featherstone, University […]

Talking to your child about online harm – resource for Ukrainian parents

Here is information regarding a new safeguarding resource for Ukrainian speakers, “Talking to your child about online harm”, produced by the Marie Collins Foundation, supported by the North Yorkshire Office of the Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner. This guide has been specially created for Ukrainian families to help facilitate a conversation with their child about […]

Launch of a New Youth-Led Survey

A new youth-led survey has been launched, which aims to gather the views of thousands of young people on policing and police complaints. The survey has been designed and developed by members of the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) Youth Panel. The survey aims to: · Understand young people’s lived experiences of policing · […]

Safeguarding Week 2022

Partners from Safeguarding Adults Boards, Children’s Safeguarding Partnerships,Community Safety Partnerships across North Yorkshire, the City of York and East Riding have come together and developed an extensive programme of learning events, seminars and interactive sessions which all underpin this year’s theme – ‘Safeguarding is everybody’s business’. Spurred on by the success of Safeguarding Week 2021 […]

NYSCP Podcast 6 – Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy

NYSCP Podcast 6 – Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy Day or Night, Sleep Right is a key message to those who care for infants across North Yorkshire and York. The ‘Day or Night, Sleep Right’ campaign has been created as a way of providing information regarding the importance of safe sleeping environments for infants to […]

NYSCP Partnership Awards

Achievements of safeguarding team celebrated in awards The life-changing work of frontline staff whose goal is to keep children safe in North Yorkshire has been recognised in prestigious safeguarding awards.   The North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (NYSCP) is showcasing the multi-agency work between the county council, police and NHS in safeguarding vulnerable children and […]

Virtual Conference focusing upon ‘Working with Men’

North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Partnership are hosting a virtual conference focusing upon ‘Working with Men’ taking place virtually on Microsoft Teams on Wednesday 18th May 9.30 – 1.00. Men have an important role to play in the lives of children as do mothers, however the voice of men is not always seen in assessments, audit […]