October Briefings

Moving Drugs and Cash Along County Lines - What we know about the Exploitation of Children and Young People by Criminal Gangs and Networks
Recent publications by the Home Office and National Crime Agency (NCA) have focused attention on the issue of children and young people, typically from urban areas, who are being groomed and exploited by gangs or criminal networks to move cash and Class A drugs between towns and cities across the UK.

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: A Guide for Adult Social Care
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is the collective term used to describe 5 specific conditions that are caused directly by women drinking during pregnancy. Alcohol is a teratogen-a substance that is known to directly cause malformations in a foetus and interfere with its development. Difficulties may not be apparent in early childhood, and may occur at different stages of development, including in adulthood.



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  The vast majority of local authorities, LSCBs and a wide range of independent and national agencies trust us to keep their procedures up to date.

We work with customers to develop clear and accessible procedures with an emphasis on project management and ensuring a mechanism to keep them up to date.

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