What is safeguarding?
Safeguarding means protecting everyone’s right to be safe and free from abuse.
What is a safeguarding alert?
We are told you might not be safe.
We will look at the information to help you to stay safe.
Safeguarding meeting and plan
If you are not safe we will hold a meeting with you.
At this meeting we will look at ways of making you feel safer.
We will ask you what you want to happen.
We will work with you to put together a plan to help keep you safe.
The safeguarding plan
The plan will be checked regularly to make sure it’s working and you are safer.
We will carry on helping you until things are better.
When you are feeling safe we won’t have anymore meetings about your safety.
Later on, if you want any help with keeping safe we can help you.
Help from the council
During the day you can call us on 01344 351500.
In the evening or night you can call us on 01344 786543.
Or you can email email@example.com
Other people who can help
Bracknell Forest Safeguarding Board (BFSB):
The Advocacy People:
- phone 0330 440 9000
- visit The Advocacy People website
Care Quality Commission (CQC):
- phone 03000 616161
- visit the CQC website