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Joint Training Brochure 2023-2024

Please see our Joint Training Programme 2023-2024 for details.

There are courses available on our priority areas of Neglect and Child Sexual Abuse, as well as Parental Substance Misuse, Domestic Violence, Private Fostering, Mental Health First Aid, Criminal and Sexual Exploitation and more.

Neglect Strategy and Quality of Care (QoC) Assessment Tool  Training Sessions 2023

The HSCP is offering training on the Neglect Strategy and the Quality of Care Assessment Tool. The sessions are 2.5 hours on MS Teams and meet the Level 3 training requirements for health professionals.

4th December 2023 – 1pm – 3.30pm

See our Joint Training Programme 2023-2024 for further details.



Harmful Sexual Behaviour Support Service

The Harmful Sexual Behaviour Support Service, run by SWGfL in partnership with the Marie Collins Foundation, is now available to safeguarding professionals across England and provides the tools to equip and empower practitioners to address the alarming normalisation of harmful sexual behaviour in children and young people. The telephone and email support, which is funded by the Home Office and developed in collaboration with the Department for Education, is available Monday – Friday, 8am to 8pm.

Call: 0344 255 0623     Email:

How will it support you?

The Harmful Sexual Behaviour Support Service is for education and safeguarding professionals and will provide:

  1. Advice on individual cases or incidents of harmful sexual behaviour, to ensure an appropriate response both for children displaying this behaviour and others affected by it
  2. Guidance on policy development on tackling harmful sexual behaviour
  3. Relevant resources, best practice and contacts around harmful sexual behaviour, both locally and nationally
“Speak CAMHS helpline”

Support for children who live in Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, or Hounslow. A Young person, Parents, Carers or Professionals can call the Speak to CAMHS helpline if they are concerned about a child’s mental health.

The helpline is open:

Monday to Friday, from 8am to 11pm

Weekends and Bank holidays from midday to 8pm


“Speak CAMHS helpline”

Call 0800 328 4444 and choose Option 2 for CAMHS

For further information on the “Speak CAMHS helpline” visit



Familial Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Multi-Agency Practice Audit
Learning Briefing

HSCP Child Sexual Abuse Multi-Agency Learning Briefing – 2021


Welcome to Hounslow Safeguarding Children Partnership.

Hounslow is a borough with a strong commitment to partnership working to create a community in which children and young people can thrive.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and for services to be effective each citizen, community member, practitioner and organisation should play their part in helping us in preventing harm to our children. We hope that our website can provide helpful information and guidance to begin to offer that support.


Are you concerned about a vulnerable child in Hounslow?

If you are in any doubt, don’t delay –
call 0208 583 6600 or in an emergency dial 999