Sefton Safeguarding Children Partnership (SSCP) is a statutory body established by the Children and Social Work Act (2017). SSCP replaced the previous Sefton Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB). SSCP is a multi-agency partnership of organisations who agree how to work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. SSCP is led by the three statutory safeguarding partners of the Local Authority, Merseyside Police and Integrated Care System (replacing Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs)).
Sefton Safeguarding Children Partnership Business Team:
Deborah Hughes, Sefton SCP Manager
Donna Atkinson, Sefton SCP Administrator & Communications Officer
Louise Roberts, Sefton SCP Learning & Development Officer
Natalie Howell, Sefton SCP Performance & Improvement Officer
Trinity Road, Bootle
“Every child and young person in Sefton should be able to grow up free from fear of abuse or neglect. We are committed to improving the safety of all children and young people in Sefton. If children are not safe, they cannot be healthy, happy, achieve or reach their full potential. We hold at the fore our obligation that keeping children safe is "everybody’s responsibility.”