Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership

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Our vision for Hull’s children and young people is to make an inspiring City. Where it is safe and healthy to work, learn, and play.

We want them and their families to make healthy lifestyle choices, be safe from harm and have the confidence to achieve their aspirations.

The Partnership

Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership consists of three statutory partners. Through an equal and effective partnership, are responsible for safeguarding children in Hull. The statutory partners are -

  • Hull City Council
  • Humberside Police
  • Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership

All agencies in Hull share a strong commitment to work together to -

  • keep children safe
  • improve and learn from multi-agency practice

The aims are to build on the strengths of the current arrangements and focusing efforts on how frontline practice can improve.

Our one minute guide explains the purpose of the Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership.

You can view our Governance Structure for 2023 - 2025.

Our priorities

The Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership has agreed to their priorities for 2023 - 2025

These priorities are around the following topics -

To find out more information about the Partnerships previous priorities access the link below

Our board members

Kay Durrant
Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership

Pauline Turner
Director of Children, Young People and Family Services

Matthew Peach
Humberside Police

Deborah Lowe
Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board

Phil Booker
Humberside Police

Jonathan Roe
Thrive Co-Operative Learning Trust

Lara Davidson
Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership

Mia Arnold
Hull Safeguarding Children Partnership

Kate Rudston
Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board

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.