A Proud to Care recruitment campaign launches in Devon this week, aimed at 17 to 25 year olds, to encourage them to consider careers in the county’s growing health and social care sector.
The toolkit will help frontline colleagues learn about, identify and report exploitation happening in Devon and the surrounding area.
Children’s Services celebrated the achievements of Devon’s social workers and team managers who were nominated in the Social Worker of the Year Awards 2018.
In Jo Olsson’s letter, she affirms the commitment of partners to continue the programme of improvement, which Inspectors confirmed was on the right track.
Young Carers, and staff at Devon Young Carers, are running a marathon, the full 26.2 miles, to raise awareness of the vital role that young carers have in the care of others.
The government have developed a range of communications tools to help you promote 30 hours and Tax-Free childcare.
Devon & Cornwall Police launched a campaign to raise awareness of County Lines and how professionals and the public can help spot the signs of such criminal activity ongoing in their community.
The new 2018 ‘Working Together for Safeguarding Children’ guidelines were realised on 4 July. Download your copy here.
The government is withdrawing the current GCSX secure email service and replacing it with the Government Digital Standard, which will mean that in the future emails will be encrypted and sent over the internet to partners.
The Partner Agency Information Sharing form is now ‘live’ on the Devon and Cornwall Police website. This portal is an accessible way for partners to share information about vulnerability and crime and will make sharing intelligence easier and more effective.