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Berkshire LSCBs Data and Information Sharing

Data and Information Sharing Agreement for Agencies Working with Children and Young People April 2017

Sharing information is key to the goal of delivering better, more efficient public services that are coordinated around the needs of the individual, families and communities.  It is essential to enable early intervention and preventative work, for safeguarding and promoting welfare of children and young people and for wider public protection.  Information sharing is a vital element of improving outcomes for all.

This agreement provides a framework for agencies to share information about children, young people and families who are receiving services or for whom they have a concern and to support information sharing to develop services to support children, young people and families.  It sets out the principles for sharing information and gives the legal context in which we share information.

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Berkshire LSCBs Data & Information Sharing
Data and Information Sharing Agreement April 2017

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Berkshire Child protection Procedures Online

If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of a child, you should report your concerns to your local authority. Please click on your local authority link below to be directed to the correct page.

Call 999 in an emergency if you believe a child is in immediate danger