Historical Allegations How do we Deal with them? 

Location:Brighton & Hove
Type:Safeguard the City event
Duration:3 hours

Historical Allegations How do we Deal with them? 
6 December 9.30-12.30pm – book here
Victims of abuse may disclose historical allegations at any point in their life and it is important for professionals to understand how best to respond. This learning event will help professionals gain an understanding of what constitutes a historical allegation, and how these incidents can be investigated. It will improve your awareness of how various agencies can be involved within the investigative process, and where to signpost for support.


This session is presented as part of the Learning Together to Safeguard the City Week where Brighton & Hove Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB), the Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB) and the Safe in The City Partnership Board come together to raise awareness of safeguarding issues and promote how we can best work together to protect, and improve outcomes for, the most vulnerable in our society.

The aim of this week is to reveal and debate some of the most important issues in our city which affect individuals, their families and the wider community, as well as exploring the responsibilities of professionals in their everyday work and their contribution in keeping people safe and well.

All sessions can be booked through the Brighton & Hove Learning Gateway: learning.brighton-hove.gov.uk