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 At intervals the CSAB will publish a variety of Leaflets, SAR (Safeguarding Adult Reviews) and other publications.
If there is anything that you would like to see on the publications page please let us know on csab@croydon.gov.uk
London SAR Analysis Report by Suzy Bray and Michael Preston-Shoot
Learning from SARs:  A report for the London Safeguarding Adult Board

Safeguarding Adults At Risk of Harm Toolkit    

This Toolkit provides infosheets, templates and handy guides for all the Primary Care Team.




Safeguarding Adult reviews

A Safeguarding Adults Review is held when an adult at risk of abuse dies or has experienced serious neglect or abuse, and there is concern that partner agencies could have worked more effectively to protect them.

The purpose of a Safeguarding Adults Review is to learn the lessons about how professionals and organisations work together, and to consider how the learning can be used to improve practice for others in the future.

You can read more about Safeguarding Adults Reviews and those already undertaken in the sections below, to request a Safeguarding Adult Review please click here  to download the Request Form.  The SAR Committee meets bi-monthly and requests to be submitted by:
Meeting Date Deadline Date
30 August 2017 18 August 2017
 4 October 2017 22 September 2017 
22 November 2017 10 November 2017


The CSAB Annual Report 2016-17 is now available via this link.  The Annual Report gives an overview of the work of the CSAB from April 2016 to March 2017 showing what are plans were, what we achieved and what further work needs to be done to strengthen safeguarding arrangements and promote the welfare of adults at risk in Croydon.
 The Governance Framework details the arrangements for the CSAB members within Croydon to carry out their functions as laid out in legislation and guidance.  This document is due to be reviewed in February 2018.
Download the CSAB Annual Report 2015-16 (pdf)

Click here to find out how to report a concern of abuse

If you are concerned about a child please visit cscb@croydon.gov.uk
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