Cumbria Safeguarding Children Partnership (CSCP) - Subgroups

Chair: Gill Rigg, CSCP Chair

Remit: The Board is led by Gill Rigg, Independent Chair of the CSCP. Members of the group include all Sub Group chairs. For details of the CSCP Sub Groups please see below:

Case Review Chair: David Pattinson, Cumbria Constabulary 

Child Death Overview Panel Chair: Kirsty Byrne, Morecambe Bay CCG

Remit: Reviewing all deaths up to the age of 18, excluding both those babies who are stillborn and planned terminations of pregnancy carried out within the law. The group collects and collates information on each child and seeks relevant information from professionals and family members. Where a suspicion arises that neglect or abuse may have been a factor in the child’s death, referring a case back to the CSCP Chair for consideration of whether an SCR is required.

Professionals - If you would like to refer a case to the Case Review Group please complete a referral form, see Procedures (Referral for Case Review Group form).

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) can be a little known and underground activity which can take many forms from trafficking to use of social media.  There is a clear link to the risk of CSE and children who go “Missing from Home”.

Chaired by: Liz Mckie, Cumbria Children and Families Services

Chair: Dan Barton, Cumbria Children and Families Services

Remit: Support the CSCP in ensuring that education settings and providers, exercise their functions with a view to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

 

Cumbria Safeguarding Children Partnership - Supporting Function Sub Groups

Chair: Amy Holliman, Integration & Partnerships 

Remit: The group will plan, co-ordinate, commission and evaluate high quality multi-agency training to the children’s workforce; will ensure that the learning and development provided within agencies will equip professionals to safeguard children; and contribute to the development of staff and organisations on a multi-agency basis.

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