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Resources to work with adults


RESET seeks to support and help reset the lives of 18 to 25 year olds who have been arrested, to:

  • Reduce the risk of them being trapped in the revolving door of the CJS
  • Reduce crime
  • Reduce demand on policing, probation and other public services
  • Reduce risk and increase protective barriers
  • Help people get the right support to live happier, healthier, crime-free lives

The purpose of the 4LSAB Safeguarding Concerns Guidance is to support the decision making and reporting of adult safeguarding concerns, in order to impact positively on outcomes for people with a need for care and support, who are at risk of or experiencing abuse or neglect.

The MARM framework is a 4 Local Safeguarding Adult Board (4LSAB) approach that brings together professionals from health, social care, the police, housing and other agencies/organisations. This also includes the adult, family members and friends who have a legitimate relationship with the adult. This framework will be useful to professionals working with Adults who are experiencing a high level of risk from events and circumstances that result in risk of harm to them

The Family Approach Guidance has been commissioned and jointly developed by the four Safeguarding Children Partnerships (HIPS) and four Safeguarding Adult Boards (4LSABs) in Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton. The Guidance was commissioned in response to findings from a range of reviews across all Partnership’s and Board’s which highlight the need for professionals to work effectively together to achieve better outcomes for adults, children and their families across all geographic areas.

The Multi-Agency Framework for Managing Risk and Safeguarding People Moving into Adulthood aims to strengthen the safeguarding support available to young adults aged 18 years with pre-existing vulnerability and risk factors as they move into adulthood. It is recognised that safeguarding arrangements for young adults need to take account of their distinct safeguarding needs.

Bridging the Gap transitional safeguarding and the role of social work with adults’ is aimed at all those committed to ensuring high quality social work with young adults, from practitioners and people receiving support through to strategic leaders across local safeguarding partnerships.

Help for parents, step-parents, grandparents or someone in any type of parental role who is experiencing child to parent abuse. This can include emotional, verbal, physical or financial abuse and includes coercive control.