Safeguarding Adults: Multi-Agency Policy and Procedure for the West Midlands (SCIE Report 60)


Organisations in the West Midlands and allied local authorities are committed to work together to safeguard adults at risk. This SCIE Report No.60, entitled “Safeguarding adults: multi-agency policy and procedures for the West Midlands”, covers the policy and procedures aimed at different agencies and individuals involved in safeguarding adults.

This report is also available in overview online. The main sections on the SCIE website are:

A link to the printed report, in .pdf format, appears below.

Full Text Link


West Midlands Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedure Group (2012). Safeguarding adults: multi-agency policy and procedures for the West Midlands. (SCIE Report No.60). London: Social Care Institute for Excellence, July 2012.

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