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Welcome to the Herefordshire Safeguarding Boards and Partnerships website.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Resources for Herefordshire

Read our latest Partnership Information Bulletin with Covid19 and other safeguarding related items

Partnership Information Bulletin 03.06.21

Catch up with previous editions by checking out our Partnership Information bulletin archive

You can also join our Safeguarding Mailing List to receive future information bulletins by email.

Herefordshire Safeguarding Board and Partnerships meet throughout the year, bringing together representatives from various agencies and organisations in Herefordshire to work in partnership to protect children, young people and adults in the county. By sharing best practice and expertise we can ensure that anyone living in Herefordshire has access to the right support and services they may need.

To learn more about the work of the Herefordshire Safeguarding Adults Board, Herefordshire Community Safety Partnership and the Herefordshire Safeguarding Children Partnership, click on the respective buttons above.

We want to ensure you are able to find information about safeguarding adults and children; in a way that makes sense and is all in one place.

For information and advice for children and adults visit WISH Herefordshire’s online service for wellbeing information and local services, events and activities county wide to help you stay independent, happy and healthy. 

Herefordshire is part of the West Midlands Safeguarding Children Procedures of agreed multi-agency child protection policies and procedures for ten Local Safeguarding Children Boards and Partnerships throughout the West Midlands Region.

We are changing the branding of some of the content on our website to reflect the new safeguarding children arrangements in Herefordshire.

Until this work is complete you may see certain pages and documents that still refer to Herefordshire Safeguarding Children Board or HSCB. We appreciate your understanding, and if you have any queries about site content please contact the Safeguarding Business Unit on 01432 260100