Devon’s vital children’s services have provided a well-coordinated and effective response to the challenges of COVID, according to Government inspectors.
Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police have joined forces to create the new ‘Look sus? Tell us’ campaign.
The bill provides protection to millions of people who experience domestic abuse and strengthens measures to tackle perpetrators.
Child exploitation encompasses sexual and criminal exploitation, trafficking, modern slavery and other forms of adolescent vulnerability.
Parents and Carers in South Devon are being invited to join three, free online sessions to enable them to enhance their support of young people through challenging times.
A week of engaging bite-size sessions for professionals working in safeguarding children and adults is taking place from 22 to 26 March.
Melissa Caslake is delighted to have joined Devon County Council and has shared the following update for Children’s Services staff and partners.
Devon’s new Chief Officer for Children’s Services, Melissa Caslake, will start with the County Council on 1 February 2021.
We are delighted to announce that Melissa Caslake has been appointed to the role of Devon County Council’s Chief Officer for Children’s Services.