6 August 2020
Independent Child Trafficking Advocate (ICTA) - March 2019
An Independent Child Trafficking Advocate service provided by Barnardo’s is now available in Nottinghamshire. All overseas children identified as potentially trafficked must be referred into the service for 1:1 support and UK children can be referred in for specialist advice and support. This is in addition to existing requirements under the National Referral Mechanism (NRM).
Harmful Sexual Behaviour – resources for professionals
The Brook Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool is now only available to those who have attended a training course. A link to alternative guidance by the NSPCC is now included in the HSB procedures:
New Pathway to Provision
The Pathway to Provision handbook supports practitioners to identify the needs of a children, young people and their families so that appropriate referrals to access provision can be made. The guidance has now been updated and a short briefing note provides details of changes that have been made: