Safeguarding children: Channel and Prevent data sharing

Jen Persson made this Freedom of Information request to Bournemouth and Poole Safeguarding Children Board
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Dear Bournemouth and Poole Safeguarding Children Board,
I contact you with a Freedom of Information request, as under the FOI Act 2000, to ask for information regards the Channel and Prevent strategy in your area, and any associated multi-agency process for identifying, referring and supporting a person at risk of radicalisation, focusing on early intervention and engagement.

Please can you provide (time periods where applicable, are each per calendar year, since 2010 or as soon as records are available):

1. the total number of individuals (cases) that have been referred, and to where.

a) Identified at risk of being drawn into terrorism;
b) Numbers in each available age bracket, including any breakdowns of children by age (ie 0-5, 5-11, 11-14, 14-18.)
c) What was the nature and extent of that risk; (aggregated totals)
d) What support plans were identified (similar types, grouped if possible)
e) Total number and the percentage that came as referrals from under 18 education,
f) Total number of requests with, and without, consent, respectively.

2. Please provide a copy of the information, privacy policy and consent form that individuals (and/or their parent/guardian) receive before giving their consent before any information is shared about them as part of the Channel programme.

3. Please provide the total number of onward contact with that involved information sharing with the following, but not exclusively, to any third party services as a result and list how many case information were shared with which third parties (or *all*):

NHS staff
Social care staff, including Directors of Children’s and Adults’ Services
Schools, further education colleges and universities
Youth Offending Services
Chairs of Local Safeguarding Children Boards and Safeguarding Adults Boards
Local Authority Safeguarding Managers
Home Office Immigration
Border Force
Housing
Prisons
Probation

5. Please provide (if possible diagrammatically, and if words only then it should be detailed enough to permit this to be drawn) the data flows that an individual is expected to understand from the point at which they are asked for consent to enter into the programme. This diagram should show where personal data are collected, or onwardly shared to other third parties as part of the programme, and any decision points which determine further data flows. The data collector, processor, and controller roles should be marked until the data destruction.

(Ie: school flags child, Parents contacted by Prevent officer, parents provide consent,
Prevent officer contacts Police Channel Officer, MASH Channel Panel, Panel reviews, passes on data to XYZ, decision A, action Y, data passed on to V, W, X, action N. 6 month review by XXX individuals / Panel, 18 months after exit scheme, all data destroyed).

6. Please provide the total number of cases reviewed at 6 and12 months from the
point at which they exited the process.

7. Please provide the retention period for the data on individuals involved in cases, from the point at which they exit the process, that each party (see Q3) involved follows.

8. Please provide the total number of individuals whose personal information is retained currently (date as per FOI receipt) who are no longer involved in cases, and have exited the process.

9). Please provide a sample referral text (anonymous) that the Channel panel would receive on first referral. ie. the kinds of text that the panel read and the information it contains.

10) For those referrals received through a school, please indicate where known, the source cause of the referral (ie teacher concerns, web monitoring system, friend.)

Thank you for your consideration.
Sincerely,
Jen Persson

Bournemouth Borough Council Enquiries, Bournemouth and Poole Safeguarding Children Board

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Compliance Team, Bournemouth and Poole Safeguarding Children Board

Dear Ms Persson

Re: Freedom of Information Request

I am writing to acknowledge your request for information received on the 26 November 2018.

We are dealing with your request and will be in contact with you again.

A response will be made within 20 working days, either supplying you with the information which you have asked for, or explaining why we cannot supply it. If we need any further clarification we will contact you.

Yours sincerely
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North Bournemouth Local Office (NBLO)
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Compliance Team, Bournemouth and Poole Safeguarding Children Board

Dear Ms Persson

Freedom of Information Request

Thank you for your information request received (28 November 2018).

We do not have the information you want. Referrals into the Prevent/Channel programme are currently managed by Dorset Police ([email address]) and therefore we do not hold the information requested in this freedom of information request. In view of this I am sending them a copy of your request, together with a copy of this response. They are required to respond to you within 20 days of receiving the request.

If you are dissatisfied with this response you can ask for a review, which will be dealt with through the Council’s complaints procedure. Details of the complaints procedure can be found at:
www.bournemouth.gov.uk/Complaints

If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of the Council’s review you have the right to refer the matter to the Information Commissioner’s Office. Contact details for the Information Commissioner can be found at: https://ico.org.uk/

Yours sincerely

Compliance Team
North Bournemouth Local Office (NBLO)
27 Slades Farm Road, Bournemouth, BH10 4ES
Telephone: 01202 456924
Secure E-mail: [email address]

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