Additional Requirements Overview of Older Blind and Adult Program The goal of the Older Blind OB and Adult Program AP is to enable individuals with blindness or significant visual impairments to live more independently in their homes and communities with a maximum degree of self-direction. In order to facilitate proper funding use and data collection, clients are divided into two groups:
The police Missing Persons Coordinator role is vital in supporting multi-agency working.
They underpin understanding the risks associated with missing people, both as an individual missing person, but also the risk and demand that missing people place on the force.
It is, therefore, important that chief officers ensure that a coordinator, or someone performing this function, is present in all police forces. The role of the missing person coordinator is to: Missing person coordinators should ensure proactive engagement occurs with care homes and healthcare establishments to help promote a better understanding of the role of the police in missing person cases.
They can also help to identify potential issues and risks surrounding missing persons at an early stage. This work may be complemented by neighbourhood policing.
Assisting investigations The Coordinator should not be involved in investigating cases. Their experience and knowledge should be used to support ongoing investigations, but further involvement may impede the time that they have available to focus on more strategic problem solving with partner agencies.
The Coordinator should ensure that investigations are complying with force and national policies and make sure that appropriate and timely actions are taken.
Shared responsibilities Investigating missing person reports is the responsibility of the police, but those involved in the care of children and vulnerable adults also have a safeguarding duty.
The use of multi-agency safeguarding hubs or similar structures may assist forces to facilitate joint working. Senior police officers at force and, where appropriate, local level should encourage the local safeguarding children board LSCB and local safeguarding adults board LSAB to establish effective local procedures to prevent people going missing and, when they do go missing, take effective steps to find the individual before they suffer further harm.
Collectively, agencies should consider making arrangements for the following: Developing risk management and reporting strategies Promoting the use of a risk management approach where all partners: Missing people who fail to return from authorised absence Procedures should be established to deal with situations where a person fails to return at an agreed time as this does not necessarily mean that they are at risk.
The situation should be evaluated and, where appropriate, the leave can be extended to allow them to return. This will usually apply to people who are deliberately or carelessly absent, for example, deciding not to return because of family pressures or missing the bus back, see AWOL Patients APP.
Defined responsibilities It is important that all parties understand their respective responsibilities. Senior officers should ensure that protocols are established which clearly define areas of responsibility for the different organisations involved and establish mutual expectations.
Multi-agency training Multi-agency training sessions should be used to build understanding between partner agencies and help break down issues faced by the different organisations involved. The LSCB is responsible for multi-agency training in relation to safeguarding of children. Collaborative development and implementation of protocols may also facilitate better relationships between agencies.
The protocols should include: It is important that the effectiveness of any protocol is reviewed on a regular basis. Review groups should be established comprising representatives from all relevant agencies — senior officers should take steps, for example through relevant safeguarding boards, to ensure that the effectiveness of protocols are effective in driving multi-agency cooperation and reducing the risks associated with people going missing.MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE U.S.
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