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Links to national stories and statements issued by the Safeguarding Adults Board.

News Articles 2020

#LookCloser to spot and report signs of exploitation

Young people are being exploited and are losing hope, but it's not always obvious. Our #LookCloser campaign, developed in partnership with the National County Lines Co-ordination Centre and British Transport Police, encourages everyone to learn the signs of child exploitation and how to report it if worried. Please see the Children's Society website which has more information

https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/our-work/child-criminal-exploitation-and-county-lines/spotting-signs

Look Closer professional Briefing

Look Closer A5 Poster

Look Closer information slides

Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week
1st Feb to 7th Feb 2021

The East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board and East Riding Safeguarding Children’s Partnership in conjunction with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council are supporting Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week which starts next week.

Information about Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week

Easy Read Sexual Health (607kb)

Sexual Abuse Factsheet

Five Minute Focus: Sexual Assault Disclosure (NHS)

Look Closer leaflet - Information - Children and young people don’t always look vulnerable and may not act like victims but can sometimes be exploited.

Patient and Care Experience Survey

The Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust would like to involve their staff and partner organisations, those with lived experiences of mental health difficulties and their families, in developing a new Recovery Strategy that sets out their commitment to supporting recovery and our approach for the next five years.

Please complete the survey at the link below so that as many views as possible can be gathered to inform this work.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6K86SW9

Many thanks for your support with this

Launch of new counter terrorism website actearly.uk

Radicalisation is the process by which a person comes to support terrorism and extremist ideologies. If you are worried someone close to you is becoming radicalised act early and seek help. The sooner you reach out, the quicker the person you care about can be protected from being groomed and exploited by extremists. 

 Police forces across the country have specially trained Prevent officers who work with professionals in health, education, local authorities and charities, as well as faith and community groups to help vulnerable people move away from extremism. 

Friends and family are best placed to spot the signs, so trust your instincts and share your concerns in confidence.  They can help if you act early. You won't be wasting police time and you won’t ruin lives, but you might save them.   

To find out more about how to help someone close to you visit ACTEARLY.UK

East Riding Domestic Abuse Strategy 2020-2023

The Strategic Domestic Abuse Board and the East Riding Community Safety Partnership formally approved the East Riding Domestic Abuse Strategy 2020 – 2023 in October 2020.

Domestic abuse is a complex problem which affects all in society. A significant criminal, social and health problem which has a major impact on children and young people, adults, families and communities,  

Domestic abuse is a challenge for many services and organisations requiring complex coordination across a multifaceted partnership landscape.

East Riding Domestic Abuse Strategy 2020-2023 (4 MB)

Not In Our Community (NIOC) anti-grooming campaign

The Police and Crime Commissioner and Safer Hull Partnership launched a new film to raise the awareness in the dangers faced by young people when they go missing. 

To view the film please click on the link below

‘MISSED ME?’

National Safeguarding Adults Week 16-22 November 2020

During Safeguarding Adults Week, East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board are joining forces with the Ann Craft Trust to support the National campaign with the purpose of reminding the public about keeping themselves, and everybody else, safe.

National Safeguarding Adults Week runs from November 16 until November 22 and aims to raise awareness about the signs and symptoms of abuse.  The need to encourage everyone to be vigilant in terms of spotting the signs of abuse remains as vital as ever.

Each day, advice will be sent out on a different safeguarding theme, telling the community what signs they should be looking out for, and where to turn to if they have concerns about adults.

Virtual training and discussion groups will be available during the week on safeguarding topics including Adult Grooming, Scams and Financial Abuse, Mental Capacity Act and Self Neglect.  Details of how to access this via MS Teams will be available on the ERSAB website.  www.ersab.org.uk and through Social Media

Look out for messages on social media and the internet during National Safeguarding Adults Week which emphasises how we can all look out for our most vulnerable in making sure that Adults across the East Riding are protected against abuse.

Links and resources are available on the Ann Craft Trust website https://www.anncrafttrust.org/safeguarding-adults-week-2020-links-and-resources/and resources regarding general Safeguarding Adults and the work of the East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board www.ersab.org.uk

Calling all Care Givers

Calling all Care Givers, we would like your help. We are currently looking at how training and support can be better provided to people who take on a caring role.

We are aware that it can sometimes be difficult to access the information & training to support or equip you in your caring role when you are looking after someone else or providing a caring role in a professional capacity.  

We would really like your input in to how training and information can be provided to support you in the best way.

We would appreciate it if you could take 10 minutes to complete this questionnaire. Your answers will remain anonymous unless you choose to leave your details to be contacted for support in your caring role.

Carers Access to Training Survey

The Humber Modern Slavery Partnership Strategy 2020 2023 

The first modern slavery strategy for Humberside, was launched in October 2020. Please click the link below to view the new Humber Modern Slavery Partnership Strategy 2020-2023.

The Humber Modern Slavery Partnership Strategy 2020 2023 (7.78mb)

East Riding Learning Disability Partnership

This meeting is for people with a learning disability, family carers and service providers in East Riding to come together to discuss what is happening for people with a learning disability in the local area.  The partnership aims to give people with a learning disability who live and work in East Riding a voice.  The partnership are always looking for people with lived experience and  want to share information and ideas that will help to improve the lives of people with a learning disability and family carers.  Please see the latest poster for how you can get involved.

BRIEF GUIDANCE FOR SAFE ENQUIRY ABOUT DOMESTIC ABUSE IN 'VIRTUAL'HEALTH SETTINGS.

This guidance is to support health professionals to safely ask patients about Domestic Abuse (DA) in virutual settings for example: on the telephone, or online.

Click here for Five R's of Asking About Domestic Abuse

ERSAB Annual Report 2019 -2020

Please clck the link below to see the 2019 - 20 Annual Report of the East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board which reports on all the good work that has been achieved during the 2019 - 2020 period.

This report outlines the role and function of the Board, highlights the achievements of the Board and its partners during the year and shares lessons from our work that are vital for all organisationsin East Riding.

ERSAB Annual Report 2019 - 20 

News Articles 2019

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