The Association of Safeguarding Partners

TASP is a newly established charitable Membership Association aimed at promoting the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people by supporting the different forms of Partnerships that exist to coordinate and ensure the effectiveness of joint working arrangements to protect vulnerable people.

Annual Conference

Due to the actions necessary during the COVID 19 crisis, we have had to postpone our June Inaugural Conference. The need for an opportunity to connect nationally, share resources and best practice, discuss the challenges we are all facing in these difficult times and how to rise to these, is greater than ever. To respond to this need, TASP is running a suite of Webinars to support you at this time.

WEBINARS  

 

Coronavirus Guidelines for Partnerships

TASP has launched a forum page for members to share resources on managing the pandemic. Examples include responding to Serious Incidents, staying in touch with schools, considering domestic abuse, Business Continuity solutions. To share your resources click on the Forum button. To join TASP email alison@theASP.org.uk

 

COVID19 FORUM  

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Stay up to date on safeguarding issues and legislative actions. Connect with other members and join working groups on topics in which Multi-Agency Safeguarding Partnerships are facing challenges.

Full details on membership benefits. 

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Membership Benefits

" In Essex, our Partnership, and previously our Board, have always considered our membership a great investment. It provides such an important network to be able to share practice and learn from each other and also supports my own professional development as a busines manager. The information on the website is very helpful especially the sections listing reviewers and the newsletters provide a really useful update on safeguarding nationally and what is happening in other areas. Networking with others is vital, it allows me to bring new ideas and information to the support I provide to the partnership in my area"- Alison Cutler - Board Manager, Essex Safeguarding Children Board