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Early Help quarterly meeting – cancelled
16 June, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Early Help (EH)
Pan London Integrated Working Network (PLIWN)
Lead organisation: Barnet / Bromley / Merton Councils
To share practice in relation to Early Help and the Common Assessment Framework (CAF). Intended members are Managers and Practitioners working in the early help/CAF field, predominantly from the London area.
Membership: Membership is made up of the Early Help Leads from the London boroughs, neighbouring boroughs, health, and London independent, voluntary and community agencies.
You can find the PLIWN group on knowledge Hub here https://khub.net/web/pan-london-integrated-working-network-pliwn/welcome.
If you’re not already registered on Knowledge Hub, you can do so here https://khub.net/register and then use the above address to join the group.
Quarterly meeting dates and venues:
- Tuesday 16th February 2016, 1400-1600 at City of London, The Guildhall, London, EC2P 7HH
- Thursday 16th June, 1400-1600 at City of London, The Guildhall, London, EC2P 7HH
- Tuesday 18th October, 1400-1600 at City of London, The Guildhall, London, EC2P 7HH
Agendas for meetings are circulated in advance to all PLIWN members. All network members are asked to confirm their intention to attend with email@example.com at least 2 days in advance of the meeting (for security purposes only those who have notified attendance can be admitted).
Papers from previous meetings
Please follow the link below to access PLIWN website in order to download agendas, meeting notes and related documents from past meetings of the Early Help (EH) Pan London Integrated Working Network (PLIWN)
• (https://khub.net/web/pan-london-integrated-working-network-pliwn/welcome). (If you’ve not yet registered, use link in `membership’ section above).
Enquiries relating to nps
The National Probation Service has a new mailbox for generic enquiries relating to NPS safeguarding children policy / procedures and to escalate any concerns about practice or service delivery that could not be resolved at a local level. It can also be used to share good stories or new initiatives and promote multi-agency training events. The address is: LondonNPS.SafeguardingChildren@probation.gsi.gov.uk
In relation to individual cases, in the first instance the relevant area/ offender manager should be contacted, but Florence Ogunyankin, Senior Probation Officer and Safeguarding Children Lead for the NPS, is available to offer support as and when appropriate. Florence’s role is to bridge any gaps and promote an integrated approach. Florence’s contact details are:
Tel 0208 514 5353 ext 4226 / Mob 07889 703 417
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org