Posts in Category: WASPI

ISP for Domestic Abuse High Risk Cases (MARAC), Newport 

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Domestic Abuse
The ISP covers the exchange of information between representatives of local police, probation, health, child protection, housing practitioners, Independent Domestic Violence Advisors and other specialists from statutory and voluntary sectors for the ... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP for Domestic Abuse High Risk Cases (MARAC), Rhondda Cynon Taf 

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Domestic Abuse
The ISP covers the exchange of information between representatives of local police, probation, health, child protection, housing practitioners, Independent Domestic Violence Advisors and other specialists from statutory and voluntary sectors for the ... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP for Domestic Abuse High Risk Cases (MARAC), Torfaen  

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Domestic Abuse
The ISP covers the exchange of information between representatives of local police, probation, health, child protection, housing practitioners, Independent Domestic Violence Advisors and other specialists from statutory and voluntary sectors for the ... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP for Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership 

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Public Protection
ThisISP covers the sharing of information between the local authority, police, emergency services and health. It aims to understand the patterns, trends and shifts relating to Crime & Disorder and Substance Misuse,  and to develop activity that is... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP for North Wales Police Early Intervention Team 

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Public Protection
This ISP has been prepared to support the regular sharing of personal information for Western Division, North Wales Police, Early Intervention Team. It covers the exchange of information between North Wales Police, Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd, North... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP for Multi-agency strategy discussions and meetings for POVA, Powys 

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Public Protection
This ISP covers the exchange of information between social care, police, health and inspectorate bodies at the strategy discussion and meetings stage of the adult protection process within Powys. The aim of the strategy discussion and meetings is to ... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP for Sex Worker Operational Team (SWOT) MARAC, Cardiff   

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Public Protection
This ISP has been prepared to support the regular sharing of personal information for the Sex Worker Operational Team (SWOT) MARAC. The aim of this information-sharing protocol is to increase effectiveness and co-operation between agencies through... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP For A Multi-agency Support Panel to Assess the Risk of Children & Young People at Mild Risk of Sexual Exploitation   

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Safeguarding
This ISP has been prepared to support the regular sharing of personal information for for a Multi-agency Support Panel to assess the risk of children and young people at Mild Risk of Sexual Exploitation. It aims to provide effective services for... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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ISP for Cwm Taf MASH - Safeguarding Children 

COMMUNITY SAFETY - Safeguarding
This ISP has been prepared to support the regular sharing of personal information for the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) in the Cwm Taf health board area. MASH will help to promote information sharing and will aid communication between all... read more
 
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  18/09/2015   Categories: WASPI
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