Welcome to the Stockport Safeguarding Children Board website

The Stockport Safeguarding Children Board website offers safeguarding resources and contacts to help children, parents and practitioners.

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Concerned about a child?

Ring 0161 217 6028 (Out of Hours 0161 718 2118)

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Children and Young People

Useful information and projects about internet safety, bullying, domestic abuse and more.

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Useful information and resources around online safety, sexual exploitation and domestic abuse.

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Find out about Training, Policies and Procedures, Serious Case Reviews, E-Safety and more.

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Policies and Procedures

Access to Stockport specific procedures and Greater Manchester Safeguarding Procedures.

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Multi-agency training offers opportunities for workers from different agencies.

Latest News:

A Statement from the Chair of the Stockport Safeguarding Board

Stockport Safeguarding Children Board commissioned a Serious Case Review following the tragic death of Jaiden in Stockport.  The Safeguarding Children Board wish to extend heartfelt sympathies to the family of Jaiden for their devastating loss. Jaiden was a looked...

Analysis of Serious Case Reviews

A serious case review (SCR) is a local enquiry carried out where a child has died or been seriously harmed and abuse or neglect are known or suspected, and there is cause for concern about professional working together. This study is the fifth consecutive analysis of...

‘Missing’ – Week of Action

The focus of the It's Not Okay campaign during this year’s week of action from 14-20 March 2016 is raising awareness around the strong link between child sexual exploitation and children who go missing. Young people run away or go missing from home and school for all...