Professionals and Volunteers
Milton Keynes Safeguarding Children Board web-based Inter Agency Policy and Procedures are available to download by clicking on the following link: web-based Procedures
To ensure you are always working with the most up to date procedures check the MKSCB website.
If you do print any of the pages to help you with a particular issue or case, you will find that they are watermarked with a reminder that they are only valid on that day.
Recently Updated MKSCB Procedures:
MKSCB Levels of Need
The MKSCB Levels of Need document has been updated (October 2013) and can be downloaded here:
MKSCB Levels of Need 2013
MKSCB Support to agencies in developing their internal child protection procedures
The MKSCB Policy & Procedures sub-group can offer advice and support to MK agencies in the development of their child protection policies and procedures, if required, and signposts to relevant sources of support. Any agency wishing to submit their agency child protection policy for comment or guidance should email the MKSCB: [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Proposals for additions or amendments to the MKSCB Inter-Agency Procedures should be directed to the chair of the MKSCB Policy and Procedures sub-group, via the MKSCB email address: [email@example.com]
Safer Recruitment Guidance
This MKSCB guidance was revised in September 2013.
The current version of this guidance can be downloaded here: MKSCB Safer Recruitment Guidance Sept 2013
The MKSCB Safer Workforce Practice Checklist was also revised in September 2013.
The checklist was developed to assist those who may be involved in the recruitment process: MKSCB Safer Recruitment Checklist 2013
The following document details the interface between the serious incident reporting in health services and the serious case review and child death review processes: Interface between health SI and MKSCB SCR and CDR processes
Protocol between LSCBs and MAPPA: Protocol between LSCBs and MAPPA
Click here to download the Safeguarding Disabled Children Practice Guidance Summary Missing Children Protocol
Thames Valley Police and Children & Young People's Service in Milton Keynes have developed a protocol concerning children who go missing, which can be downloaded here: Missing Children Protocol 2010
This protocol should be read in conjunction with the Thames Valley Missing Children Guidance, 2010: Thames Valley Missing Children Guidance 2010