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Welcome to the Doncaster Safeguarding Children Board (DSCB) website.

The DSCB is a statutory body which is independently chaired and consists of senior representatives of all the partner agencies and organisations working together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people in Doncaster.

For more information about the DSCB please click here. 

You can also follow the DSCB on Twitter @Doncaster_SCB1   

If you have concerns about a child or young person then please contact the Referral and Response Team on 01302 734100 between 8:30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday or email . Outside of these hours call 01302 796000.

Latest News

From the 1st November 2015, specific public authorities have a duty to notify the Secretary of State of any person identified in England and Wales as a suspected victim of slavery or human trafficking. Click here to download a copy of the Home Office Guidance for further information.

The guidance will provide you with information on the following:

  • which public authorities fall under the duty

  • what information you need to provide

  • how to fill in the 'MS1: notification of potential victim of modern slavery form'

  • how to notify the Home Office

  • notification of child victims

  • multiple referrals

  • how the information will be used

  • voluntary notifications by organisations not covered by the duty  

Spring Newsletter 2016 
The spring newsletter is now available for download.

Click here for informaiton on Mandatory Reporting for Female Genital Mutilation

The new DSCB Annual Report 2014-15 is now available. To download a copy click here.    

DSCB Practice Briefing - Self Asphysxial Behaviour (Choking Game)

There is a need to raise awareness amongst young people, parents and professionals of possible deaths in children and adolescents arising from engagement in self-asphyxial behaviours (SAB) also known as the ‘Choking Game’. 
‘This is abuse’ – Discussion Guide
'This is abuse’ discussion guide aims to encourage teenagers to re-think their views on violence, abuse, controlling behaviours and what consent means within their relationships. Click the link above to access the full guide.

New eLearning Course on Young People and Risk Taking Behaviour - Click here for more information