Crime and Disorder Information Sharing Protocol
Effective and timely sharing of information is essential to deliver high quality services focussed on the needs of the individual. In Haringey, we encourage a culture where information is shared with confidence as part of routine service delivery. Sharing information is vital to prevent and detect crime and to ensure that our residents are protected from suffering harm from abuse or neglect.
Haringey’s Crime and Disorder Information Sharing Protocol (ISP) explains the terms under which partner organisations have agreed to share information and the practical steps that need to be taken to ensure compliance with those terms. Partner Organisations are fully committed to share information and have agreed to comply with the procedures as set out in this protocol.
The Protocol, a practitioners’ guide to sharing information, the request/disclosure and consent forms are provided in the attached files section below.
For a list of Designated Liaison Officers please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Information Sharing Protocol - Consent Form .doc||DOC||44 KB|
|Information Sharing Protocol - Request / Disclosure Form .doc||DOC||73 KB|
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