Haringey Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB)
- Safeguarding Adults Board
- London Multi-Agency Adult Safeguarding Policy and Procedures
- Safeguarding Adults Board Minutes of Meeting
- Safeguarding Adults Sub-Groups
- Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report
- Haringey Safeguarding Adults Board Strategic Plan 2015-18
- Haringey Safeguarding Adults Board Local Procedures July 2016
- Haringey Multi-Agency High Risk Panel (HHRP)
The Haringey Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB) has overall responsibility for co-coordinating safeguarding adult matters and ensuring that partner agencies carry out safeguarding adults work. Health agencies, the Police, the Fire Service, service user groups and the probation service are all represented on the SAB.
Since the earlier policy and procedures, progress has been made to improve practice, through learnt experience, feedback and translating policy and procedures so that there is a shared approach to adult safeguarding.
- London Multi-Agency Adult Safeguarding Policy and Procedures (launched 9 February 2016) which takes us further towards putting the adults at the centre of their own safeguarding experience: London Multi Agency Adult Safeguarding Policy and Procedure (PDF, 1.7MB)
- Safeguarding Adults Policies and Procedures
- Download the Haringey SAB 31 October 2017 Minutes (PDF, 105KB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 3 July 2017 Minutes (PDF, 103KB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 24 April 2017 Minutes (PDF, 203KB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 30 January 2017 Minutes (PDF, 162KB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 15 November 2016 Minutes (PDF, 1.9MB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 18 July 2016 Minutes (PDF, 194KB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 25 April 2016 Minutes (PDF, 175KB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 25 January 2016 Minutes (PDF, 259KB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 25 October 2015 Minutes (PDF, 2.0MB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 13 July 2015 Minutes (PDF, 2.2MB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 20 April 2015 minutes (PDF, 2MB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 12 January 2015 minutes (PDF 1.9MB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 13 October 2014 minutes (PDF 1.6MB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 14 July 2014 minutes (PDF 2MB)
- Download the Haringey SAB 7 April 2014 minutes (PDF 2MB)
The SAB has four sub-groups which support the development of specific areas in preventing and responding to the abuse of adults at risk. In addition there may be occasions the SAB will establish specific, time-limited task and finish groups to report on particular topics according to the work required.
The four subgroups are:
- Safeguarding Adults Prevention and Training and Development Subgroup
Oversee the delivery of the Haringey Safeguarding Adults Prevention Strategy 2017-2020, and development and coordination of multi-agency safeguarding adults training provision
- Multi-agency Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
Oversees the ongoing implementation and operation of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005, including the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)
- Multi Agency SAB Quality Assurance Subgroup
Coordinate and support the development of safeguarding adults work in Haringey with particular emphasis on developing best practice in safeguarding adults work and learning from experience. The group's Quality Assurance Framework will act as the mechanism by which the SAB will hold local agencies to account for their safeguarding work, including prevention and early intervention.
- Safeguarding Adults Reviews Sub-group: to consider referrals of any case which may meet the statutory criteria and to make decisions on this basis; to make arrangements for and to oversee all SARs; to ensure recommendations are made, messages are disseminated and that lessons are learned.
Download the Subgroups Terms of Reference:
- Haringey Safeguarding Adults Prevention and Training Terms of Reference 2017/18 (PDF, 34KB)
- Download the Haringey Multi Agency Safeguarding Quality Assurance Board Terms of Reference 2015/16 (PDF, 68KB)
- Haringey Multi-agency Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Subgroup Terms of Reference (PDF, 584KB)
- Haringey Multi-Agency SAB Safeguarding Adult Review Subgroup Terms of Reference June 2017 (PDF, 56KB)
Our annual report provides details of the work of the Haringey Safeguarding Adults Board throughout the year. The report describes national initiatives on adult safeguarding as well as the work that has been undertaken locally to protect adults at risk in Haringey. The purpose of the report is to share information on our achievements and future plans with our partners, service users and other Haringey residents. We are very proud of our achievements and we are committed to continuing our work to deliver excellent adult safeguarding services in Haringey.
- Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report 2016-2017 (PDF, 433KB)
- Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report 2015-2016 (PDF, 639KB)
- Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report 2014-2015 (PDF, 1MB)
- Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report 2013-2014 (PDF, 393KB)
- Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report 2012-2013 (PDF, 972KB)
- SAB Annual Report 2011-2012 (PDF, 605KB)
This document sets out the Board’s Strategic Plan. SABs are required to publish a strategic plan that covers each financial year. Effectiveness is improved by creating a ‘rolling plan’ setting out the strategy for at least the next three years that is reviewed and revised annually.
The HHRP was established to provide a multi-agency way of supporting work on complex and/or high risk cases, including but not limited to hoarding, fire risk, and self-neglect and includes near miss fire risk. The HHRP supports agencies in their work to lower and manage risk for both customers and their immediate neighbours, where risk might remain at a high threshold without collaboration available through a multi-agency approach. The panel has a consultative and advisory role and adheres to the confidentiality policy which governs the Haringey SAB.
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