What is the Safeguarding Adults Board?
The aim of the North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board is to ensure effective coordination of services to safeguard and promote the welfare of local adults who may be at risk of abuse and harm within North Lincolnshire.
The Board aims to promote awareness and understanding of abuse and neglect among service users, carers, professionals, care providers and the wider community and works to generate community interest and engagement to ensure that Safeguarding is "Everyone's Business".
The three core duties of the Board are to:
- Publish an annual strategic report
- Publish an annual report
- Conduct any safeguarding adult reviews
For more information read the Memorandum of Understanding [PDF, 614Kb].
The North Lincolnshire Area Adult Protection Committee (AAPC) was replaced in 2008 by the North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board (NLSAB).
North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board Strategic Plan 2016-19
The Strategic Plan [PDF, 265Kb] lays out our shared goals and vision over the next three years. It covers how the Board will focus on the prevention of abuse and neglect as well as making sure that organisations work together to keep people safe when abuse has occurred; giving people choice, control and involvement. It emphasises our focus on the underlying principles of 'making safeguarding personal'.
Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedure
The Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedure 2015-2017 [PDF, 577Kb] is a multi-agency document endorsed by the North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board.
North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report
The Annual Report [PDF, 1Mb] outlines the activities the North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board has undertaken to fulfil its statutory responsibilities for the strategic development and oversight of adult safeguarding across North Lincolnshire. The Report highlights the Board's progress and achievement in delivering the priorities and objectives identified in the Strategic Plan.