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  1. Managing Self-Harm in Children & Young People

    16th April 2020

    The Government has asked parents to keep their children at home wherever possible, and for schools to remain open only for children who are vulnerable and for those children of workers critical to the coronavirus (COVID-19) response who absolutely need to attend. While in lockdown, there is the potential that children could be at an […]

  2. Serious Case Review – Child U

    21st February 2018

    Please be advised that the Child U Serious Case Review Report, Partnership Response and Learning Summary have been published (21 February 2018, 12 Noon) and can be found Here

  3. 4LSCB County Lines Conference

    7th December 2017

    On 6th December 2017, the 4LSCBs covering Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton & Isle of Wight held a conference entitled: Criminal Exploitation of Children & Vulnerable Young People across ‘County Lines’: A Partnership Approach The purpose of the conference was to raise awareness of the criminal exploitation of children and young people across ‘County Lines’ and set […]

  4. Suicide Prevention – One Year On

    17th November 2017

    To mark one year on from the publication of the suicide prevention planning guidance and further to feedback received via our series of masterclasses, Public Health England have launched a series of further case studies, films, factsheets and infographics.  This includes PHE work in the South East.  You can find all the resources on our […]

  5. Exciting Job Opportunity – Partnership Support Officer (Part-time)

    8th November 2017

    We are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for an exceptional candidate to join a dynamic team supporting the work of the Hampshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (HSCP). Staff within the Partnership Support Team are required to work across broad areas of activity and liaise with colleagues at varying levels within all HSCP partner agencies. The […]

  6. County lines – Children forced to sell drugs

    6th November 2017

    The BBC reports that about 4,000 teenagers from London are being exploited and trafficked every year to sell drugs in rural towns and cities. Known as “county lines”, gangs use children as young as 12 to traffic drugs using dedicated mobile phones or “lines”. Source: BBC  Date: 24 October 2017 Further information: Crossing the line: […]

  7. BBC short film on child grooming and sexual abuse

    7th September 2017

    The BBC has published a short film telling the story of “Ben” who was groomed and sexually abused from the age of 13, by 30 or 40 adult men. The abuse began shortly after he came out as gay on social media. Source: BBC  Date: 29 August 2017 Further information:  About a boy – the […]

  8. HSCB Newsletter February 2017

    21st February 2017

    Hampshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (HSCP) is pleased to share with you a newsletter containing an update on the work of the Partnership. The newsletter can be found on the Resource Library.

  9. Play Like Share: Keeping 8-10s safe online

    Play Like Share is a brand new three-episode animated series which aims to help 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe from sexual abuse, exploitation and other risks they might encounter online. www.thinkuknow.co.uk/teachers/playlikeshare/  

  10. Signs of Sexual Exploitation

    8th January 2017

    A group of teenagers from Havant have created a film with Fixers to help their peers spot the signs of sexual exploitation and seek help if it’s happening to them. Sexual exploitation of young people is not always obvious, and it can be hard for a minor to realise what is happening. The film encourages youngsters […]