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KRSCP Training Calendar

The Kington and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership offers training on a variety of safeguarding topics to all working with children and families. Click here to view a calendar of available courses in the next year.

If you work within education and are interested in going on any of these courses and you can apply here: https://www.afccpdonline.co.uk/earlyyears/courses/bookings/default.asp?curpage=2

Otherwise you can apply for any here: http://kingstonandrichmondsafeguardingchildrenpartnership.org.uk/training.php


Domestic Homicide Review Learning Event – Save the Date

Richmond and Wandsworth Community Safety Partnership have given notice that they will be hosting an all-day seminar with speakers Frank Mullane Chief Executive of Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA) and Dr Jane Monkton Smith, renowned criminologist and experienced Domestic Homicide Review Chair. The event will Take place on the 8th November, with further information released shortly.

To register your interest, or to find out more contact Albina Hiorns, Violence Against Women and Girls Manager (Community Safety) 0208 487 5350 / 07903401526 Albina.Hiorns@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk


KRSCP Newsletters

Please the below to view our newsletters;

Monthly KRSCP Newsletter for October 2019 - here

KRSCP Faith Newsletter Autumn 2019 - here

LSCB Voluntary Newsletter Summer 2019 - here

LSCB CDOP Newsletter June 2019 - here


Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership

Local Partners in Kingston and Richmond have responded to the statutory changes outlined in the Wood Review by refreshing our local partnership safeguarding children arrangements. These arrangements are published in June 2019 and will come into full effect by the end of September 2019. We have now published our multi-agency dispute resolution guidance here

The Partnership will now be known as Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership and will ensure that everyone working in Kingston and Richmond with children and their families, as outlined in Working Together 2018. Please find our Safeguarding Arrangements here and our group structures here:


Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership Female Genital Mutilation Policy 2019

This policy is to provide guidance & sets out Multi-Agency response to FGM and aims to assist all professionals and managers in the prevention and detection of FGM.
The guidance sets out processes for identification, referral and follow up support to provide these vulnerable groups with an appropriate joined up response. It also includes guidance on how to undertake a risk assessment. To view it please click here.