Safeguarding – to share or not to share
- Developing effective safeguarding practices is essential for any organisation coming into contact with children or vulnerable adults
- Effective and responsible safeguarding requires a number of different agencies and organisations to work collaboratively and share information
- We explore the various organisations involved in safeguarding and the questions that need to be considered before sharing information
Any organisation that comes into contact with children or vulnerable adults, whether schools or local authorities, needs to carefully consider safeguarding practices.
Effective safeguarding requires a number of agencies and organisations to work collaboratively and share information.
We explore the questions that individuals and organisations should consider in order to share information responsibly and effectively.
You can also access all our safeguarding content via our Safeguarding Risk Resource.