Useful reports and websites on safeguarding
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www.safenetwork.org.uk, is a government funded web-site which has lots of useful information for groups. The NSPCC also produces a useful weekly update on safeguarding issues called CASPAR go to the NSPCC web-site to sign up www.nspcc.org.uk
The National Council for Voluntary Youth Services(NCVYS) has produced,’Keeping Safe’ a young person-centred approach to safety and child protection which is a toolkit for developing safeguarding policy and practice www.ncvys.org.uk
The NCVCCO (National Council for Voluntary Childcare Organisations) now called ‘Children England’ has produced a number of useful resources including ‘Positively Safe: a guide to developing safeguarding practices’. Children England also produces a weekly e-mail bulletin giving updates and news www.childrenengland.org.uk
The Churches Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS) is an independent Christian charity providing professional advice, support, training and resources in all areas of safeguarding children and for those affected by abuse www.ccpas.co.uk
Fair Play for Children provides a range of training, information and support for organisations providing play, child-care and recreation services.
Child Protection in Sport Service helps sporting organisations to put safeguards in place to keep children and young people safe. It provides advice, consultancy and training on the development and implementation of child protection policies and procedures.
Football Association Provides information on best practice, safe recruitment, and advice and support for groups who are members. www.thefa.com
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