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Annual Joint Conference with Merton Safeguarding Adult`s Board 2024 – THURSDAY 21 MARCH 2024 (11.30 – 17.00) – Click here to sign up.

Annual Joint Conference with Merton Safeguarding Adult`s Board 2024 – THURSDAY 21 MARCH 2024 (11.30 – 17.00) – Click here to sign up.

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Looking after the children of Merton

Every child deserves to be safe, supported and successful

Working together, to keep children safe

Merton Safeguarding Children Partnership

Merton SCP Services

Welcome

A warm welcome to the Merton Safeguarding Children Partnership website, where you can find resources, guidance and training opportunities to help us in working together to ensure every child is safe, supported and successful. Please do get in touch if you have feedback on how we can improve our messaging and service.

Sarah Slater, Policy & Partnerships Manager

Latest News

November 22, 2023

Joint Targeted Area Inspection of Serious Youth Violence in Merton

Merton has received notification of a Joint Targeted Area Inspection (JTAI) on Serious Youth Violence for Merton. This includes inspectors […]
May 30, 2024

MSCP News Bulletin May 2024

Please find below the May edition of the Merton Safeguarding Children Partnership`s news bulletin. There is plenty of news this […]
February 20, 2024

MSCP News Bulletin – February 2024

Please find below the February edition of the Merton Safeguarding Children Partnership`s news bulletin. There is plenty of news this […]
January 24, 2024

MSCP Annual Report 2022-23

The MSCP are pleased to announce the publication of our Annual Report for 2022-23. Please find the report linked below […]
Stop children Suicide

If you are worried about a child phone the Children & Families Hub on 020 8545 4226 or 020 8545 4227 (Out of hours: 020 8770 5000) or email

Email the Children & Families Hub

Children covering ears

If a child is at imminent significant risk of harm/immediate danger you should consider calling 999 in the first instance

LookCloser Campaign

Help us protect children and young people from exploitation and abuse. If you are concerned about a child and think it`s an emergency, dial 999, or 101 if it is not an emergency. On a train text British Transport Police on 61016. If you would rather remain anonymous, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers online or call 0800 555 111

Our Partners

Are you concerned about a vulnerable child in Merton?

If you are in any doubt, don’t delay –
call 020 8545 4226 or in an emergency dial 999