The West Sussex Safeguarding Children Board (WSSCB) has launched a brand new website. It contains advice what to do if you are concerned about a child or young person that you know.
Packed with information, the website provides an easy reference point for professionals and Board members.
There are also sections for parents and carers, as well as children and young people. These provide guidance on a number of issues including how to cope with bullying and online abuse.
Young people in West Sussex have been actively involved in the development, giving their opinions on what they want to know and how they want to access information.
Jimmy Doyle, Chairman of the WSSCB, said: “The new board website is independent of the websites of our partner agencies.
“It was designed to supply easily accessible information for professionals, parents and children on a variety of safeguarding issues, such as abuse and bullying and cyber bullying.
“It provides advice on what you should do if you are worried about a child’s safety, as well as giving tips on how children and young people can stay safe online.”
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