Everyone has a part to play in protecting and safeguarding children


Are you worried about the welfare of a child? - see referral flowchart (PDF, 248KB)

or - Contact Customer First/Emergency Duty Service: 0808 800 4005

Are you worried about the welfare of an adult? Adult Safeguarding Board Website: suffolkas.org

Our website is designed to provide information to children and young people, families/carers and professionals.

Here you will find leaflets, newsletters, the latest policies and procedures, training and seminar details and more.

Find out more about the 'Making a Difference: Lifespan Approach' 3-day programme, 2-4 September 2014

Click here for a detailed list of the documents available to download from this website.

New Updates
Use of the Common Assessment Framework – Launch Briefing (May 2014)
Prevention and Early Help Strategy (2014-2016)
2014 – State of Children in Suffolk Report
2011 - State of Suffolk Report

If you require any further information, please get in touch with us using the details on the contact section of our website.

For information in relation to LSCB changes to Training provision and delivery please visit the training section of our website.

In order to support our partners the LSCB are able to offer the ME-e-Learning Safeguarding Children Courses which are designed to ensure that all staff receive the initial training that will enable them to understand and recognise potential signs of abuse or neglect.

The e-learning packages have been designed to support your learning in a way that allows you to learn at your own pace and meet the training criteria as laid out in Working Together 2010. Courses include learning across Groups 1 - 4. Whilst the LSCB advocates face to face training, it recognises that this is not always possible. For further information on how to access the e-Learning packages please visit the training section of our website.

Most of the files on this website are in PDF format.
Adobe Acrobat Reader free download

Working Together to Safeguard Children: March 2013 - Government Guidance

What's New

Events Calendar

September 2014