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Updated by Harrison Langford due to changes in the Appendix C: Flow Diagram

29-01-2018

In a situation where senior officers have become involved in resolving disagreements between agencies and those disputes relate to the safeguarding needs of children, the BSCB team must be made aware of them via the agency's Board representative. The purpose is to help monitor interagency safeguarding activity and to identify issues which may benefit from quality assurance scrutiny. The agency which found it necessary to escalate an issue to such a high level in another organisation should advise the other organisation of the intention to notify the Board.

It is acknowledged that some organisations have flat management structures. Where this is the case, the same individual manager may have involvement in more than one of the above stages (see flowchart - Appendix C).

Each stage should be completed in 5 working days (15 days maximum)

26-01-2018

Content changed on the 23rd January 2018 to reflect the update in procedures

23-01-2018

Content changed on the 23rd January 2018 to reflect the update in procedures

23-01-2018

Content changed on the 23rd January 2018 to reflect the update in procedures

23-01-2018

Content changed on the 23rd January 2018 to reflect the update in procedures

23-01-2018

Content changed on the 23rd January 2018 to reflect the update in procedures

23-01-2018

Content changed on the 23rd January 2018 to reflect the update in procedures

23-01-2018

Content changed on the 23rd January 2018 to reflect the update in procedures

23-01-2018
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