Welcome to our On-demand safeguarding conference for the Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise Sector (Available now)
Stay safe. See it. Recognise it. report it.
Keeping people safe and sound means that we need to recognise abuse when we see it. If you work with people in a paid or voluntary role and want to know how to keep people safe and sound; to understand some of the safeguarding challenges people may be facing then this is for you. Some, not all, of the resources are specific to challenges Covid-19 brings about through ‘lockdown’ and isolation.
The resources are divided into ‘Areas of Interest’/ ‘Workshops’. Each ‘Workshop’ has a pre-recorded introduction to the subject as well as links to a range of high quality, trusted resources if you want to know more about the subject. It’s a fabulous library of resources. You will be able to contact us via email to ask questions. Explore the resources at a time and pace that suits you.
Please use the FAQ section at the button of this page if you need more information
Welcome and Introduction from Anthony Douglas CBE, Independent Chair of the Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership
Workshops and resources by 'area of interest'
More from Anthony Douglas, CBE, Independent Chair of the Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership
Workshop 1: Keeping children and young people safe from Criminal Exploitation- A Suffolk Picture
Introduction by Claire Prosser. Resilient Communities Officer Localities and Partnerships Team, Suffolk County Council
Workshop 2: Keeping safe using Contextual safeguarding: What is it and why could it be a game changer?
Introduction by Allison Hassey, Head of Safeguarding and Reviewing Officer Service Suffolk Children and Young People’s Service, Suffolk County Council
Workshop 3 Keeping Safe: Domestic Abuse and Covid-19
Introduction by Clare Grist and Teri Cudby, Suffolk County Council Domestic Abuse Champions
Workshop 4: Keeping your self and others safe from Scams – Covid-19
Introduction by Lesley Crompton, Trading Standards Officer – Lead Officer for Safeguarding & Scams, Suffolk County Council Trading Standards.
Workshop 5: Keeping Safe from Hate Crimes
Introduction by Charlotte Sanderson, Lead for Community Safety Team, Suffolk County Council
Workshop 6: Keeping yourself and others safe while supporting your community: What Community Action Suffolk can do to support the VCSE
Introduction by Jacqui Wilkinson, Training and Safeguarding Development Officer, Community Action Suffolk
Workshop 7 Keeping your organisation safe from cybercrime
Introduction by By Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies, Cyber, Intelligence & Serious Crime Directorate, Protective Services Command
Workshop 8: Keeping children safe from FGM and harmful practices
Introduction by Bal Kaur Howard of BKH Training
These resources will be reviewed and updated and more workshops could be added over time based on demand.
Frequently Asked Questions
It is for anyone who works with people, children, adults and or families. There are resources suitable for everyone no matter whether you have little or no prior knowledge of safeguarding or if you have been involved in safeguarding for a long time.
In the section above find the workshop that you are interested in and click on the ‘Go to workshop and resources’ link. This will take you to a page dedicated to this safeguarding subject
Every section has a pre-recorded short Introduction that will give you a briefing about key points on the topic. If you want to know more about the subject you will also find a range of free resources in each section.
At the bottom of each workshop page there is an ‘Any questions/ Comments contact us’ form.
You will also find a feedback form for the whole ‘conference’ including all of the workshops at the top and bottom of this page.
We will collate all of the questions and we will publish the answers in an FAQ part of each workshop. Depending on the demand are also considering offering an opportunity to discuss the subject with the workshop leaders and key staff in the weeks to come.
We plan to leave the content available for the foreseeable future. We will clearly promote the closing date via social media and Community Action Suffolk Newsletters making sure that you have ample time to take advantage of the resources.
If you are interested in specific workshops please contact us and let us know what you need. We will work to bring you additional workshops based on demand. Email firstname.lastname@example.org the Training and Safeguarding Development Officer at CAS with the safegarding subjects you are interested in learning more about.