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Help Prevent Blind Cord Tragedies Published 21st May 2024

Never leave a small child unsupervised near a blind cord - they can be fatal.

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Water Safety - Be Water Wise This Summer Published 3rd May 2024

With the arrival of this lovely warmer, dryer weather, its time to talk to children about how to stay safe around open water sites.

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Shocking Rise in the Sextortion of Children Published 30th April 2024

Sextortion cases are on the rise - speak to you child about the risks.

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WSCP E-Bulletin - April Edition Now Available! Published 29th April 2024

The April edition of the Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership (WSCP) e-bulletin is now available for you to download.

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Safeguarding Week 2024 - Programme of Regional Events - Book Now! Published 29th April 2024

Find out what events are taking place during this year's Safeguarding Week taking place 24th to 28th June.

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Keep Children Safe - Help Prevent Poisoning Published 23rd April 2024

Parents/carers are reminded to keep everyday items such as detergent capsules out of children's reach to help prevent poisoning.

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Dogs and Children: Top tips to keep them safe and happy together Published 27th March 2024

A Police Chief Inspector is warning families to remember that any dog can bite.

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Have You Visited the Speak Up, Stand Up, Stop Exploitation Knowledge Hub? Published 27th March 2024

Check out the newly launched Speak Up. Stand Up. Stop Exploitation! section on the WSCP Knowledge Hub.

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Sign up to the free WSCP e-bulletin Published 31st May 2023

Sign up to the free WSCP e-bulletin to keep up to date with all the latest developments concerning safeguarding children.

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