NHS Thurrock CCG Safeguarding Children Declaration / Statement
The CCG is committed to safeguarding children across the organisation. The safety and welfare of children who come into contact with our services either directly or indirectly is paramount and all staff have a responsibility to ensure that best practice is followed, including compliance with statutory requirements.
Safeguarding is a fundamental element of commissioning plans as set out in the planning guidance and, therefore, is an area that forms a core part of the CCG's commissioning assurance process.
You can read Thurrock CCG's declaration to commit to protect and safeguard children and young people below:
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Local Safeguarding Children Partnership (LSCP)
Working Together 2018 (WT2018) and the Children & Social Work Act 2017, sets out the accountability and responsibilities of the Safeguarding Partners in discharging their duties in respect of the new safeguarding arrangements for children being introduced in Thurrock.The new safeguarding arrangements will be referred to as the Thurrock Local Safeguarding Children Partnership (Thurrock LSCP) covering the geographical area of Thurrock, alongside the designated area of the Thurrock Unitary Authority. Click on the link to review the implementation plan for Thurrock.
Worried about a child?
If you are concerned that a child or young person is being harmed or neglected or is at risk of this, you should contact:
|Worried about a child?||Thurrock - Children's Care Professionals
Contact the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
You can phone, or write:
|Children Social Care||01375 652 802|
|Out of Hours||Monday to Thursday, 5:30pm to 9am Friday, from 4:30pm through the weekend until 9am on Monday public holidays
01375 372 468
Emergency Duty Team
|MASH - 01375 652802|
|Police Child Abuse Team||01277 266 822
or Call 999 if you are concerned a child needs immediate protection
Other Useful Contacts
0800 11 11
|NSPCC||0808 800 5000