A person is more at risk of abuse if they are isolated and have little contact with friends, family or neighbours.
Loneliness in older people makes them more vulnerable to scams In October NSAB was very pleased to welcome Dr Adi Cooper to Norfolk.
She gave two seminar presentations on Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP), which were well attended by partners and generated good debate about how well we are embedding MSP into our safeguarding practice.
Click here to access the toolkit Click here for info about the toolkit Today NSAB publishes its annual report for 2016-17.
The report contains lots of useful information about safeguarding activity in Norfolk during a busy year for the board and its partners.
Also see Modern Slavery Act _____________________________________________________ One of the recurring findings from safeguarding reviews for adults and children is the challenge of information sharing.
Our Norfolk county boards have discussed this topic on many occasions during the last few years.
You can report scam emails to Action Fraud, details below.
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These will be a great opportunity to help raise awareness about scamming. Please sharing this information to your colleagues, contacts and networks and encourage staff and members of the public to attend. Statistics on hate crimes and racist incidents recorded by the police have been published (am, 17 October 2017) Click here to read more ...