Please assist in sharing this short animated video with friends and family especially in the run-up to Guy Fawkes, Diwali and Halloween.
This is an excellent training video showing us that suicide is preventable. This video will take about 20 minutes to view.
Welcome to the SSAB website. Whilst we find ourselves in extraordinary circumstances, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank Sutton residents and staff from across partnership agencies who have risen to the remarkable challenges that the Coronavirus outbreak presents. I really appreciate how hard everyone is working to identify, report and respond to safeguarding issues during this period. The way in which we work has adapted at pace, but agencies have been working together to pro-actively anticipate needs and respond so as to reduce risk to our most vulnerable residents. Our Board members met last week and heard how, despite the challenges, safeguarding responsibility remains a key priority for all partners. SSAB members confirmed their shared commitment to providing support and maintaining vital services, particularly for those at risk or experiencing abuse or neglect. I hope you find the latest issue of our the website interesting and informative. We would urge everyone to regularly check our website which is updated frequently to provide alerts on emerging risks (such as financial scams) or ways to access support services. Now, more than ever, safeguarding really is everyone’s business.
Cyber crime can be prevalent in a number of crime types. A large proportion of the population will have access to devices, have the ability to access the internet. Do the people you engage with know and understand the boundaries? Have you got concerns? Could you be the person who stops that individual going down the wrong route into Cyber Crime?
All you need to do is make a referral into us - The Cyber Choices team. We have an easy to use referral system. Any person, whether that be a police officer, parent, teacher or keyworker has concerns about a specific individual they can refer them to the Cyber Choices team, externally www.met.police.uk/cyberchoices .
If you have any questions, please contact Cyber Choices at
The Stop Loan Sharks app is free to download on both iOS and Android devices on the App Store and Google Play Store.
The free app offers users advice of the loan shark warning tell-tale signs to be aware of, including cash loans without paperwork, extortionate interest, use
of benefits or bank cards as security and threatening behaviour or violence to get money.
For more information, go to www.stoploansharks.co.uk. Live Chat is available
on the website 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.