Safeguarding Adults Reviews

Under the 2014 Care Act, Safeguarding Adults Boards (SABs) are required to consider undertaking a Safeguarding Adults Review (SAR) when an adult in its area has suffered significant harm as a result of abuse and/or neglect.

The purpose of a SAR is to:

  • Learn from the way local agencies, staff and volunteers worked together to safeguard adults at risk, both what did and what did not work well
  • Agree how this learning will be acted on, and what is expected to change as a result
  • Identify any issues for multi or single agency policies and procedures
  • Publish a summary report, which is available to the public

More information about SARs can be found in Haringey SAB’s Safeguarding Adults Review Procedure.

Safeguarding Adults Review reports

Findings from Haringey SAB’s Safeguarding Adults Reviews are published here so that learning can be shared as widely as possible to inform future practice.

2024 - Paulette

2023 – Steve

2021 – Thematic SAR: Homelessness

2019 – Ms Taylor

2017 – Robert

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Page last updated:

January 25, 2024