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7 October 2020

Exeter Hate Crime and Radicalisation Online Conference

The Exeter Community Safety Partnership is hosting a free online conference that will look at Hate Crime, links to extremism and partnership working to tackle Hate Crimes.

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6 October 2020

Domestic abuse victims exempt from rule of six

Victims of domestic abuse can still access vital support services and groups, despite current restrictions. 

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30 September 2020

Safest 2020 – virtual safeguarding festival

A fantastic virtual safeguarding festival is taking place from 19th to 23rd October, with a number of fantastic keynote speeches and workshops on offer.

Jo Olsson and Darryl Freeman
11 September 2020

Update from Jo Olsson on Head of Children’s Social Care

An update from Jo Olsson, Devon County Council’s Chief Officer for Children’s Services and Chair of the DCFP Executive Group

Jo Olsson
19 June 2020

Update for colleagues from Jo Olsson – 19th June

As we move into the next phase of coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to give colleagues an overview of the current situation and our future plan.

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5 June 2020

DCFP statement on George Floyd

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, the DCFP Executive Group want to provide the following statement to all colleagues and families across Devon.

Jo Olsson
4 June 2020

Update for colleagues from Jo Olsson – 4th June

As we move into the next phase of coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to give colleagues a clear overview of the current situation and our plan moving forward.

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2 June 2020

County Lines and coronavirus

Learning Disability Devon has worked with Devon Safeguarding Adults Partnership to produce County Lines and coronavirus (COVID-19) information for people at risk

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29 May 2020

Spot and prevent online exploitation

As we’re all spending more time online at the moment, it’s important to remember that offenders are using the internet – social media, chats or games – to target people.

Jo Olsson
21 May 2020

Update for colleagues from Jo Olsson – 21st May

As we move into the next phase of coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to give colleagues a clear overview of the current situation and our plan moving forward.


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