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The Essex Safeguarding Children Board

The Essex Safeguarding Children Board is a statutory body which acts as a mechanism for agreeing how relevant organisations in Essex co-operate to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.

The aim of the Board is to improve outcomes for children by co-ordinating the work of local agencies to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and ensuring the effectiveness of that work. The ESCB works with Essex County Council, Essex Police, Essex Community Rehabilitation Company, Education Services, Health Services, City, Borough and District Councils, and the Voluntary Sector. We also work with the Southend and Thurrock Local Safeguarding Children Boards. Find out more...

Welcome from the Independent Chair
Hi, I’m Phil Picton, Independent Chair for the Essex Safeguarding Children Board (ESCB) and I’d like to welcome you to the Board website. Whether you are visiting the website for professional reasons, or as a parent or young person we hope you find the information you need.
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Latest news and updates from the ESCB
Big White Wall – Wellbeing Support for Young People 09 December 20160

Big White Wall – Wellbeing Support for Young People

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Child Sexual Exploitation & Missing Basic Awareness Learning Packages 08 December 20160

Child Sexual Exploitation & Missing Basic Awareness Learning Packages

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Important Update: Changes to Family Operations Hub 2016/17 02 December 20160

Important Update: Changes to Family Operations Hub 2016/17

Changes have been made to how service requests are made. Read on for the updated information.

ESCB Annual Conference 2016: Serious Case Reviews – embedding the learning from reviews into practice 28 November 20160

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Counter Terrorism Awareness Week (25th November – 4th December 2016) 25 November 20160

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