About the Safeguarding Children’s Partnership (RBSCP)
The Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children's Partnership has representatives from a wide variety of organisations.
Rochdale Borough Council
Children's Social Care (Director of Children's Services, Assistant Director, Head of Service Safeguarding Children’s Unit).
Early Help and Schools (Assistant Director, Head Teachers from Brownhill Learning Community, Falinge Park High School and Sandbrook Park Primary School).
Neighbourhood Services (Domestic Abuse Co-Ordinator).
Adult Care (Assistant Director and Head of Safeguarding and Practice Assurance).
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group (Head of Quality + Safeguarding and Deputy Executive).
Greater Manchester Police (Divisional Commander).
Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Adult Board (Business Manager).
Elected Members (Assistant to Cabinet member for Children's Social Care).
Northern Care Alliance (Director of Nursing and Assistant Director of Nursing).
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust (Head of Safeguarding & Professional Leadership).
Healthwatch Rochdale (Chief Executive).
Rochdale Safer Communities Partnership (Safer Communities Manager).
National Probation Service (Assistant Chief Officer).
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (Head of Safety and Equalities).
Hopwood Hall College (Executive Director).
CAFCASS (Service Manager).
Sandcastle Care (Quality, Compliance and Policy Manager).
There are also a number of Advisors to the Partnership who have specialist knowledge.
- RBC Children's Services (Director of Children's Services).
- Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group (Designated Safeguarding Adults Nurse).
- Greater Manchester Police (Divisional Commander).
In addition, the Safeguarding Business Unit exists to support the work of the Board.
The Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Partnership (RBSCP) replaced the Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Board on 11th July 2019 when new partnership arrangements are implemented.
The Children and Social Work Act 2017 and Working Together 2018 set out the requirement for the establishment of new multi-agency safeguarding arrangements covering each local authority area.
To view the New Arrangements document, please follow the link RBSCP Arrangements Document.
To view the RBSCP New Arrangements 7 minute briefing, please follow the link 7MB - RBSCP New Arrangements.
Follow us at:
Facebook - find us @LSCPRochdale
Twitter – find us @LSCPB_Rochdale
RBSCP - Strategic Plan
Core Duties of the Safeguarding Partnership