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This case study draws on ChildHope's approach to safeguarding and how they support and empower partners to safeguard children and adults at risk. It provides three key recommendations:
1) Start with the assumption that local partners are the experts in safeguarding where they work – they should be shaping the agenda.
2) Take time to build partnerships. Strong partnerships require time to get to know each other and build trust.
3) One size doesn’t fit all – working with partners to develop and implement bespoke safeguarding is key. A safeguarding policy and procedures that reflect organisational and local realities is needed to proactively keep children and adults at risk safe and to effectively respond to concerns and disclosures.

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