Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Board
The Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB) is made up of representatives from organisations including Nottinghamshire Police, Crown Prosecution Service, NHS, local councils and voluntary organisations.
Its main responsibility is to work together to help adults who may have been abused and to help prevent adults being abused.
We treat cases of suspected abuse extremely seriously and all of the organisations within the NSAB work closely together, using the same policies and procedures, to ensure that all adults are protected from abuse.
More information can be found in the NSAB Terms of Reference [PDF].
You can view the most recent Annual Reports from the NSAB below.
- 2015-16 NSAB Annual Report [PDF]
- 2014-15 NSAB Annual Report [PDF]
- 2013-14 NSAB Annual Report [PDF]
- 2012-13 NSAB Annual Report [PDF]
- 2011-12 NSAB Annual Report [PDF]
The NSAB meets regularly. Please see the minutes from previous meetings:
- 12 January 2017 [PDF]
- 13 October 2016 [PDF]
- 14 July 2016 [PDF]
- 14 April 2016 [PDF]
- 14 January 2016 [PDF]
- 8 October 2015 [PDF]
- 9 July 2015 [PDF]
- 16 April 2015 [PDF]
- 15 January 2015 [PDF]
- 10 July 2014 [PDF]
- 22 May 2014 [PDF]
- 10 April 2014 [PDF]
- 9 January 2014 [PDF].
The NSAB is required to put together a Strategic Plan under the Care Act. This is a three-year plan which is reviewed and updated annually.
- NSAB Strategic Plan 2015-18 year three [PDF]
- NSAB Strategic Plan 2015-18 year two [PDF]
- NSAB Strategic Plan 2015-18 year one [PDF]
The Safeguarding Partnership has been set up in addition to the Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB) and contains further members including Charities, colleges, district councils and Nottinghamshire County Council.
The Partnership meet with the NSAB twice a year to check the Board's progress, provide support and guidance to the Board, and to raise awareness of key issues relating to safeguarding. Partnership members have the opportunity to contribute to the strategic direction of safeguarding adults in Nottinghamshire.
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