How to spot if a person might be cold or living in fuel poverty
If your organisation is interested in joining the Let’s Work Together project, or becoming an Ambassador, please contact Clare Jolly on 01827 67255 or email: email@example.com
Let's Work Together aims to bring all agencies together to help people live healthy, safe and independent lives by giving the tools, training and skills to become the "eyes and ears" for partner organisations, identifying risks or referring to services. It offers a wide range of support and signposting to local people to help them live healthy, safe and independant lives.
This event is about Community Safety - online fraud, rogue traders, scams and cyber crime and Illegal Money Lending and Loan Sharks
This half day course is designed for anyone who comes into contact with adults who are potentially at risk. It will enable learners to understand what to look for and how to safeguard adults from harm. By the end of the training you should be able to recognise abuse, respond effectively and refer appropriately. The session will cover:-
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As part of the wider approach to digital and traditional engagement, Smart Alert was launched by Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire Matthew Ellis in March 2016 to improve engagement between Staffordshire Police and the communities they serve.
From the hidden world of the Dark Web to the simplest social engineering phone scam this conference will shine a light on the fastest growing form of crime. We'll explore the nature of online fraud and the threat it poses to the public and private sectors.
- What are the risks?
- What are the tricks??
- And what are the solutions
You can't afford to miss it.
Thanks to Staffordshire’s Police & Crime Commissioner, ESO CIC can now deliver their Be Safe Stay Safe project. The project, funded from the PCC’s People Power fund, addresses two issues that affect many vulnerable young people – getting around independently and using the internet safely.
The child sexual exploitation (CSE) and missing children service in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire will be run by national organisation, Catch22, from 1st September 2017. This will replace a number of current services provided by Staffordshire Police, Brighter Futures and Families First.
The new service will tackle CSE through a range of early work and targeted support with families and carry out return home interviews for all missing children.
Savana are currently offering CPD Accredited Training in the following:
Responding to Disclosure of Sexual Violence
‘This course will explore what constitutes sexual violence and how to cope and deal with disclosure, including identifying local sources of support. The session is aimed at anyone who may have to deal with disclosure during the course of their work’
Female Genital Mutilation