Brighton and Hove Safeguarding Children Board

A local safeguarding children board

This authority is not subject to FOI law, so is not legally obliged to respond (details).

The core membership of Local Safeguarding Children Boards is set out in the Children Act 2004, and includes Local Authorities, health bodies, the police and others. Whilst LSCBs are not generally subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 they are included on this site due to their public functions.

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Dear Jen The LSCB has no statutory basis and is not classed as a public authority for the purpose of the Freedom of Information Act. The LSCB is a gro...
Dear Alexandra LSCB's are not deemed as Public Authorities, and are therefore exempt from requests for the disclosure of information (Freedom of Infor...
Dear Lisa   As advised in our email of 14 July 2017,  LSCB's are not deemed as Public Authorities. The LSCB is a statutory body in its own right a...
Please provide any recorded details of any policies and procedures relating to the retention of information of those who may pose a risk to children...
I would like to know how many Child Protection Orders have been carried out, by police, in Brighton and Hove since January 2009 until now. Thank yo...

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