Bin lorry driver strike action

Bin lorry drivers are on strike over a number of days. We apologise but this is out of our control. We are continuing to try and find a resolution that will get drivers back on the streets.

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Coventry Safeguarding Children Partnership resources and publications

Pages in Coventry Safeguarding Children Partnership resources and publications

  1. Resources
  1. Publications

Resources

Directory of services that work with both adults and children in relation to sexually harmful behaviour

Harmful sexual behaviour directory

Safe to Talk - Coventry City Council's domestic abuse website

Safe to talk website

Identifying and Dealing with Domestic Abuse Learning Event

Neglect Strategy

Neglect Conference 2021

Coventry Safeguarding Children’s Partnership hosted a Neglect conference in February 2021. The presentations were recorded and are now linked below to support further learning. Each presenter also provided a couple of questions and discussion points to facilitate further conversation when these presentations are being watched in future training sessions.

Adolescent Neglect Resources

CSA Strategy

CSA resources from the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse

Partners CSA conference

Child Exploitation Indicator Tool

Contextual Safeguarding

Raising a Health / Hospital Alert

FGM Resources

Faith

Information about faith, belief and practice

The vision is to have a library of these resources for the majority of faiths however due to Covid-19 this project is currently on hold. Please check back for more information when normal working practices can resume.

Buddhism

Christianity

Hinduism

Humanism

Islam

Judaism

Sikhism

Coventry Safeguarding Children Partnership (CSCP)

Email: Coventry[email protected]

Tel: 024 7697 5477

Visit: https://www.coventry.gov.uk/cscpcontacts

This team cannot take calls related to individual children or families. To discuss an individual or a case
please call Coventry Children’s Social Care at the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
on 024 7678 8555.

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