The Social Care Institute for Excellence has developed this e-learning course. Please note this is no longer free of charge.
Making Safeguarding Personal
Local Government Association's MSP pages. This includes several MSP reports and guidance, and a list of audio and visual resources.
Mental Capacity Act
Mental Capacity Act E-Learning is available from the SCIE website. Please note this is no longer free of charge.
Adult and Child Violence Abuse
Financial Abuse and Scams
This framework has been developed by partners including Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue service and sets out a multi-agency protocol for working in person centred way with people who hoard.
Ask LiON (Local Information Online Nottingham) for information about a range of local information including preventative services.
Advice if you have been impacted by sexual abuse in childhood?
For information, resources including practice briefings and links to free e-learning please visit the Nottingham City Safeguarding Children’s Board webpages.
For BT Call protect dial 1572 and press 1 when asked.
Banks, the police, HMRC or other official organisation will never call you and ask you to transfer money, give cash or goods. Do not give any personal or bank details.
Call your local police on 101
Talk Talk offers a CallSafe security service that helps stop unwanted callers from reaching you. For more details visit their website.
University of Nottingham’s ‘Anti-Slavery Partnership Toolkit’ website is the best place to find resources about modern slavery all in one place.
‘Beyond Words’ have published some new resources about COVID-19 for people with communication difficulties and reading difficulties. There are further booklets available on both these subjects (bereavement and secure settings) at the BeyondWords website:
Sign up to the PDU online hub to access a wide range of free good practice resources focusing on supporting vulnerable adults facing issues with mental health, homelessness, substance misuse, domestic abuse and offending.
Resources include a recording from a webinar exploring Nottingham city multi-agency responses to instances of cuckooing. Watch it here