Redbridge safeguarding adults board

Redbridge Safeguarding Adults Board

News:      29 April 2021

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Priorities for 2021 – 2022

The Board agreed a set of safeguarding priorities for 2021 – 2022 at the April Board meeting.

Self-Neglect and Hoarding Protocol – 2nd Edition

The Board’s Self-Neglect and Hoarding Protocol has been reviewed and the 2nd Edition approved by the Board.  It can be downloaded via the link below:

RSAB MA Self-Neglect and Hoarding Protocol – 2nd Edition (PDF 1MB)

Safeguarding Adult Review – ‘Alice’ – Report

The Board has published the report on the recently conducted Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) named ‘Alice’,

Safeguarding Adult Review – ‘George’ – Report

Please find below a report based on the Board’s recent Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) – ‘George’.

Redbridge Safeguarding Adults Referral Form

A Referral Form is now available to support making safeguarding referrals for adults who may be experiencing or be at risk of abuse.  The form can be used by any professional (with the exception of those working for the Council), volunteer or member of the public.  Click on the link below to download the Word version.  Once completed, the Form should be e-mailed to

Reach Out

This is a reminder of the Reach Out Service, launched by the Local Authority with partner agencies to provide support to residents experiencing domestic violence. More information is available on the Council’s website.  The direct contact information for Reach Out is for residents. Professionals requiring updates on existing cases should contact the MASH via 020 8708 3885 or to ensure that the Reach Out phone lines are left free for victims.

Understanding what constitutes a safeguarding concern

The Local Government Association (LGA) and ADASS (Association of Directors of Adult Social Services) have developed a framework which provides support with decision making in relation to safeguarding concerns.  The framework supports practice, recording and reporting in order to impact positively on outcomes for people.  The framework can be downloaded here.