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People with care and support needs should live their lives free from harm
What is adult abuse?
Safeguarding adults is about stopping or preventing abuse or neglect of adults with care and support needs.
How to report abuse?
Call 999 in an emergency or if someone is in immediate danger. Otherwise, report crimes to West Midlands Police by calling 101.
About Birmingham Adults Safeguarding Board
The Board is the strategic lead body for safeguarding adults with care and support needs who may be experiencing or at risk of abuse or neglect.
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Safeguarding remains Everyone's Businss
As we go into the third national lockdown in response to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic the Birmingham Safeguarding Adults Board would like to remind Birmingham’s safeguarding adults partnership of the importance of safeguardingRead the message
This newsletter includes lots of useful information, which includes, social isolation, advocacy, domestic abuse, mate crime and scamsDOWNLOAD THE NEWSLETTER
BSAB Annual Report for 2019 to 2020.
This last 12 months we have successfully focused on the key areas of enabling communities, assurance, safer communities and hearing the voices of our citizens.Download the report
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Information and Advice
Birmingham City Council have a dedicated page for Local and National Advice and Information in regards to Coronavirus (COVID-19). This incudes an Emergency Community Response Hub for Vulnerable Citizens.For more information click here
What does Safeguarding Adults mean?
Safeguarding adults means stopping or preventing abuse or neglect of adults with care and support needs. Adults with care and support needs are people aged 18 and over whose care needs are caused by a physical or mental impairment or illness.More about safeguarding adults
BSAB Strategic Plan 2019 to 2021
Our ambitions and priorities the Strategy have been developed by our citizens and our partner organisations, with a key focus on preventative interven…
Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy 2018 to 2023
Domestic violence is a crime. We are committed to preventing domestic abuse, improving the support and protection for victims and their children, and …