Key Documents and guidance
Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018 – from September 2018
Resolving Professional Disagreement and Escalation
Here is a PowerPoint presentation to help explain how to use the Bradford Neglect Toolkit
BDCFT Guidance on Paediatric Dental Neglect
The guidance has been developed for all non-dental healthcare and non-healthcare professionals (including Social Workers) to provide guidance on how to recognise and respond to dental neglect.
Multi-Agency Protocol for Pre-Birth Assessments and Interventions
Bradford Services Protocol: Children’s Services and Substance Misuse Services
The purpose of this Joint Services Protocol is to promote effective communication and working relationships between staff within Substance Misuse Services, and Children and Family Services in order to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people (including young carers) whose lives are affected by substance using parents or carers.
There is a Non-Engaging Pathway to help professionals work together for families with children and young people who are failing to engage with services leading to professional concern about unknown or emerging risk.
There is guidance, a flow-chart to follow and a template letter to use as part of the process:
It is included in the multi agency procedures at “Reluctant and Hostile Families 1.4.26”
Children and Young People trafficked for the purpose of exploitation in relation to County Lines
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Safeguarding Children and Dangerous Dogs
Healthy Relationships resources to use with children
The West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has provided innovation funding to develop an online resource library that all schools can access about Healthy Relationships.
Multi-Agency Hoarding Framework – Guidance for Practitioners in Bradford District
This guidance sets out a framework for collaborative multi-agency working within Bradford District using a ‘person centred solution’ based model. The protocol offers clear guidance to staff working with people who hoard.