Working Together (2018) states that
In order to bring transparency for children, families and all practitioners about the activity undertaken, the safeguarding partners must publish a report at least once in every 12-month period. The report must set out what they have done as a result of the arrangements, including on child safeguarding practice reviews, and how effective these arrangements have been in practice.
The Report should also include:
- evidence of the impact of the work of the safeguarding partners and relevant agencies, including training, on outcomes for children and families from early help to looked-after children and care leavers
- an analysis of any areas where there has been little or no evidence of progress on agreed priorities
- a record of decisions and actions taken by the partners in the report’s period (or planned to be taken) to implement the recommendations of any local and national child safeguarding practice reviews, including any resulting improvements
- ways in which the partners have sought and utilised feedback from children and families to inform their work and influence service provision
- a review of the use of restraint within a secure establishment within the local area
The most recent Annual Reports for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Children Board can be found below
Child Death Overview Panel Annual Reports
In addition to the Peterborough Safeguarding Children Board Annual Report, the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Child Death Overview Panel are required to produce an Annual Report which is presented to the Board for scrutiny and endorsement. These reports can be found below and on the CDOP Page.