Following the coronavirus pandemic the local partnership reviewed its working arrangements. The details of the current partnership arrangements are detailed in the 2021 MK Partnership handbook.

Have your say on crime and community safety in Milton Keynes  Milton Keynes Council and the Safer MK partnership is asking local people to share their thoughts on what the crime and community safety priorities should be in MK. The annual survey, which is available to complete online until 31st January 2021, will help Safer

Milton Keynes now uses eCDOP system to report child deaths. Any professional who becomes aware of a MK child death should submit a notification via BLMK eCDOP 

2018 Working Together to safeguard children guidance was published on 5 July 2018. The guidance can be downloaded from the DfE website

Smoke detector advice for parents and carers from Bucks Fire & Rescue Current advice from Bucks Fire and Rescue in relation to smoke detectors recommends there should be a minimum of one smoke detector on each floor of a property to alert occupants in the event of a fire. In the event of a fire

    The Milton Keynes Safeguarding Children Board is once again supporting Safer Internet Day, which will take place on Tuesday 7th February 2017.   The theme this year is ‘Be the Change: Unite for a better internet’, which a particular focus on the positive use of images and videos online.   Coordinated in the

Thames Valley police and Oxfordshire County Council are running a Safeguarding Risks Online – Learning Event. details can be found below or by following the link. Safeguarding Risks Online – Learning Event Monday 19th September 2016 Registration from 09:00 – Close at 12:30  **Now available for booking **  A free half day learning event at

  NSPCC launches PANTS song and animation to help protect children from sexual abuse The NSPCC has launched a new song and animation to help protect children from sexual abuse. The animation can be viewed on the NSPCC website – – and can also be seen on YouTube –   The NSPCC PANTS campaign

Protecting girls from the risks of FGM this summer  Professionals in Milton Keynes should remain vigilant in guarding against the dangers of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) ahead of the summer holidays, which can be a particularly dangerous time for at-risk girls. Raising awareness in Milton Keynes schools is vital to ensure that girls at risk

Please find below a neglect screening tool for use by practitioners in Milton Keynes.  This resource has been developed as part of a multi-agency task and finish group work plan. The Task and Finish group has now finished and any outstanding actions from our original directive (further information can be found here) will be addressed in