Hull Collaborative Partnership

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Hull Collaborative Partnership has brought together key partners from 3 multi-agency boards to maximise opportunities where our work can benefit from the input of others. To make use of our collective data to identify areas of improvement.

Our current key areas of focus are -

  • domestic abuse
  • case reviews
  • exploitation
  • trauma informed

Find out more about our key areas of focus and the partnership or see our function map.

The partnership members

Support, advice and resources

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Learning reviews

Safeguarding reviews, National Learning, and learning reviews

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Professional tools and resources

Information and resources to support those working in areas with adults, children and young people, who have a responsibility for their welfare and safeguarding.

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Training courses

Our training programme provides a broad range of learning on key safeguarding topics and challenges, including learning linked to the strategic priorities of the partnership set out in the HSCP Business Plan.

Worried about a child?

If you are worried that a child or young person under the age of 18 is at risk of harm or needs help and support, it is important that you share this with us.


The Prevent strategy aims to provide early intervention to individuals at risk of radicalisation. It focuses on support and guidance and not on criminalisation. Get help if you are worried about someone being radicalised, visit GOV.UK/Prevent.