1. Switch to the updated CSE Risk Assessment doc

    22 February, 2017

    There is an updated  WSSCB CSE Risk assessment Document and Behaviour Chart  Feb17. Please use this in place of your current version. We have also developed a CSE High Level Flowchart to guide you in what to do if you have concerns. You can access them both on our CSE pages

  2. New National CSE guidance

    21 February, 2017

    New Government guidance on Child Sexual Exploitation has been published. This is a definition and a guide for practitioners and decision makers working to protect children from child sexual exploitation

  3. We ♥ the Learning Gateway

    7 February, 2017

    All LSCB Training is advertised on the Learning Gateway. To find out how to access this and have your frequently asked questions answered you can find the guidance here.

  4. Keeping children safe in Sport

    5 December, 2016

    Advice and guidance for sports organisations on keeping children safe in sports is available from the NSPCC Child Protection in Sports Unit – https://thecpsu.org.uk/

  5. Nappy Sack Safety

    17 November, 2016

    New Safety Information Leaflet published “Babies can suffocate on Nappy Sacks”  February 2017 For information on Nappy Sack Safety click here  

  6. Model CP Policy for schools

    28 October, 2016

    We’ve uploaded a model Child Protection Policy to our Schools and Educational Settings resource pages. Find it here.

  7. WSSCB Annual Report

    26 October, 2016

    We published our new annual report today. Read it here.

  8. Water Safety Week – June 2016

    23 June, 2016

    With summer approaching please raise awareness of the importance of keeping children safe near water. Read more here.Water Safety Week 2016

  9. WSSCB FGM survey

    7 June, 2016

    Complete our FGM survey here WSSCB FGM Survey. Deadline for completion is July 5th  

  10. West Sussex Threshold Guidance and Continuum of Need

    9 May, 2016

    The West Sussex Continuum of Need has been produced as a tool to assist practitioners working with children and young people. The aim of the tool is to help practitioners identify a child’s level of need and consider whether additional support may be necessary to help them achieve their potential and keep them safe. It […]