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Things you should know 
November 2016

City of London & Hackney
CHSCB Staff Survey

If you have not already done so, we would like to encourage all front-line staff and first-line managers who work with children and young people to take part in the CHSCB Staff Survey. Each year, the CHSCB issues a staff survey to help inform the key priorities for safeguarding children and young people across the City of London and Hackney.

This year, we would like to hear from you to help measure confidence in practice, learning from case reviews and knowledge of local priorities. 

The survey is confidential and should take five to ten minutes to complete. Thank you for your cooperation!


Access the CHSCB Staff Survey
HERE.
Hackney
End Violence Against Women and Girls

On the 25th November, Hackney Council marked the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls with an event at the Town Hall. The Council is also staging events during its 16 Days of Action leading up to 10th December (International Human Rights Day). 
Find out more about local events and view the campaign posters 
HERE.
Hackney
Stop it before it starts - pioneering CSE service for boys and young men
Barnardos have launched a new CSE early intervention service for boys and young men in Hackney. This specialist intervention will provide young people with the skills and know-how to understand CSE and how their vulnerabilities could lead to exploitation by others. The service will also raise awareness of CSE within the Voluntary and Community Sector.
Find out more information and how to refer into the service
HERE.
City of London & Hackney
County Lines Briefing Report

The National Crime Agency has published its second report on the drug distribution model known as county lines. This involves urban gangs traveling to smaller locations to sell drugs and typically basing themselves at properties belonging to vulnerable individuals. The report aims to refresh understanding, reports scope of the threat and highlight emerging trends.  The report can be found HERE.
City of London & Hackney
Safer Commissioning
As the time of year approaches when organisations and schools consider commissioning of services, we would like to highlight use of the CHSCB Minimum Expectations for Safer Commissioning. This guidance has been developed to provide clarity on the considerations needed when engaging external services

Find the guidance and accompanying resource list on the CHSCB website under PROTOCOLS, GUIDANCE AND PROCEDURES.
CHSCB Training
Please see our
TRAINING CALENDAR for forthcoming events over the next few months. All CHSCB training is free of charge and available to all staff and volunteers working in the City of London and Hackney.






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