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The BSCP is not a front line service. If you have any concerns relating to a child (including foster placements / offender notifications etc.) please follow the advice here.

COVID-19 Update – Guidance for Contacting the BSCP Team

Following recent Government guidance a decision has been made for support staff within the Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Children Partnership and Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Board to work from home.

Where possible please contact the team via e-mail (see below) in the first instance.

For urgent matters where you need to speak to a member of the team please call: –

  • Vince Grey (Safeguarding Partnership Manager) on 07890 398035: or
  • Christine Hutson (Partnership Administration Officer) on 01296 387146 with effect from Monday 23rd March 2020.

At present, future BSCP training courses are going ahead as planned. We will be in contact with delegates directly should anything change. Please also keep checking our website for updates.

The Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Children Partnership can be contacted from 9.00am – 5.00pm (Monday – Thursday) and 9.00am – 4.30pm on Friday. For general queries regarding the Partnership, please telephone 01296 383485 or email the Board Admin Officers (see below for email addresses)

If your enquiry is of a confidential nature please contact us via our secure email address: secure-bscp@buckinghamshire.gov.uk  Please note that this is only fully secure if you are also emailing from a secure email address.

You can write to us at: BSCP, 4th Floor, County Hall, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP20 1UZ

BSCP Training: For queries regarding Multi-Agency Safeguarding Training, please contact: bscptrainingteam@buckinghamshire.gov.uk  or telephone 01296 387915. The training brochure is available to view online. Please click on the Training box in the banner menu at the top of the page.

The BSCP Team

Francis Habgood  – Independent Chair of the BSCP
The Chair can be contacted via the BSCP Board Administrators

Vince Grey – Business Manager
01296 383485 / Vince.Grey@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Ashleigh Coneron – Partnership Support Officer (Full Time)
01296 383485 /Ashleigh.Coneron@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Charmain Duberry – Partnership Support Officer (Full Time)
01296 383768/ charmain.duberry@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Emma Holman- Partnership Support Officer (Full Time)

Christine Hutson – Partnership Administration Officer (Full Time)
01296 387146 /Christine.Hutson@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Emma Granville – Partnership Administration Officer (Monday- Wednesday until 2.40pm)
01296 387915 / Emma.Granville@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Complaints about the BSCP

The BSCP has a role in co-ordinating and ensuring the effectiveness of local arrangements to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. However, it is not accountable for the operational work of Partnership partners or any other agency working with children and young people in Buckinghamshire. Any complaints about the operational work of such organisations should initially be directed through the relevant organisation’s complaints procedure. You should contact the organisation directly for further information on how to do this.

If you feel that the BSCP is acting against the interests of children and young people and wish to make a complaint about the way we discharge our functions, you should address your concerns to the Independent Chair of the BSCP. You can make your complaint in writing, by email or telephone using the contact details on this page. The Independent Chair will give due consideration to all complaints and take any remedial action necessary. We will acknowledge all complaints within 10 working days and provide a full response within 28 working days. If we are unable to respond within these timescales then we will contact you and explain why.

Further information on the functions of Local Safeguarding Children Partnerships can be found in the Government Guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018)

Freedom of Information Act (FOI) Requests

From 1 January 2005, the public has been able to write to any public authority designated under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 requesting any recorded information that is held by that authority.

The Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB) is not a public authority as defined by the Act. The BSCB therefore has no obligation to respond to approaches for information made under the Act. However, the BSCB seeks to work in a way that is open, honest and transparent. We therefore make every effort to ensure comprehensive information is available via our website. If you do require further information then please contact us to discuss whether we are able to provide this.