February Safeguarding event
Advocare Special Report
Review of Multi Agency Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedures
New ‘Stop Abuse’ Leaflet and Poster
Easy Read Leaflets produced by Dorset Police
Fact Sheets for Services Users and Carers involved in a safeguarding concern or enquiry
Self Neglect Conference
Personal Data Exchange Agreement
Publication of ‘Harry’ SAR/DHR report
A combined Safeguarding Adult Review and Domestic Homicide Review has been completed following the death of Poole resident, ‘Harry’ in May 2015.
To read more please click here
The Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Safeguarding Adults Board had a safeguarding event at the Lighthouse Theatre in Poole in February 2019.
The event informed local independent providers/community groups and voluntary sector care organisations of the Board’s work and future plans, and featured interesting, relevant presentations on fire safety and domestic abuse.
Please see slides from the presentation:
To read our Special Report about Advocare, an organisation formed by carers from Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole and throughout Dorset, please click HERE.
MULTI-AGENCY SAFEGUARDING ADULTS POLICY - UPDATED FEBRUARY 2017
MULTI-AGENCY SAFEGUARDING ADULTS PROCEDURES FOR THE PROTECTION OF ADULTS WITH CARE AND SUPPORT NEEDS IN BOURNEMOUTH, CHRISTCHURCH & POOLE - UPDATED AUGUST 2019
The Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Safeguarding Adults Board together with the Dorset Safeguarding Adults Board have reviewed and rewritten the Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedures to ensure that these are compliant with the Care Act 2014, and the associated Care Act guidance and 2015 update. Changes have been made to the terminology and the way in which agencies will respond when a concern is raised with the key principle of putting the individual at the centre of any safeguarding intervention.
Please note there are now two separate documents and hyperlinks have been introduced to the document to give ease of reference. We actively encourage people to use the electronic versions so please only print copies where necessary. We will endeavour to keep this website up to date as and when amended versions are available:
Multi-Agency Safeguarding Adults Policy
Multi-Agency Safeguarding Adults Procedures
Also attached are documents including new Multi-Agency Risk Management (MARM) Guidance and additional forms which may be useful to our partners and providers:
If you have any comments or queries, please contact us on: email@example.com
Our new leaflets and posters have been sent to many organisations. The leaflets gives advice and useful telephone numbers, if you are concerned about yourself or someone else . You can download a leaflet here.
Keeping Adults Safe Leaflet
Leaflet - Easy Read version:
Fact Sheet 1: Information for a person reported to have caused abuse or neglect.
Fact Sheet 2: Information for relatives and friends and informal carers.
Here are links to various newsletters.
The Newsletters below are jointly produced by the Bournemouth & Poole Safeguarding Adults Board, Dorset Local Safeguarding Children Board, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Safeguarding Children Board, Dorset Safeguarding Adults Board and details short, relevant, newsworthy articles that are useful to professionals from all agencies locally.
Please click on links to the latest Newsletter:
Edition 1 - Safeguarding is Everybody's Business (Sept 15)
Edition 2 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Nov 15)
Edition 3 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Jan 16)
Edition 4 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Mar 16)
Edition 5 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (May 16)
Edition 6 - Safeguarding is everybody’s business (Jul 16)
Edition 7 - Safeguarding is everybody’s business (Aug 16)
Edition 8 - Safeguarding is everybody’s business (Sept 16)
Edition 9 - Safeguarding is everybody’s business (Oct 16)
Edition 10 – Safeguarding is everybody’s business (Nov 16)
Edition 11 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Dec 16)
Edition 12 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Jan 17)
Edition 13 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Feb 17)
Edition 14 – Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (May 17)
Edition 15 - Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Jun 17)
Edition 16 – Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Jul 17)
Edition 17 – Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Aug 17)
Edition 18 – Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business (Sep 17)
If you have any feedback on the newsletter, please let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org
On 17 November 2016 over 200 professionals from a range of organisations met for the Safeguarding Adults Board 2016 Conference: Self Neglect and Hoarding.
Please find below slides from the conference and video clips of the speakers.
Barrie Crook (Independent Chair, Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Safeguarding Adults Boards
Paul Greening (MCA Manager, Dorset County Council)
Video Clip 1 from the presentation – Paul Greening
Suzi Braye (Professor of Social Work, University of Sussex)
Video Clip 2 from the presentation – Suzi Braye
Sarah Moore (Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue)
Video Clip 3 from the presentation – Sarah Moore
Lesly Curtis (Poole Housing Partnership)
Video Clip 4 from the presentation – Lesly Curtis
Verena Cooper (Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group)
Video Clip 5 from the presentation – Verena Cooper
Multi-Agency Self Neglect & Hoarding Guidance
Information leaflet regarding safeguarding aimed at voluntary and community groups to help
BPSAB Voluntary Sector Information Report
In order to clarify roles and responsibilities with regard to data sharing a Personal Data Exchange Agreement has been produced.
Personal Data Exchange Agreement
We have a new Communication Strategy. The purpose of our strategy is to publicise our work and to ensure that everyone who needs to about safeguarding adults is informed. The Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Safeguarding Adult Board makes sure that organisations work together so that safeguarding work is effective, responsive and co-ordinated. This work should mean that adults at risk in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have greater protection from harm and abuse.
BPDSAB Communication Strategy