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The Surrey CDOP Partnership plan has been published and can be access here: Surrey CDOP Partnership Plan June 2019

Professionals Child Deaths Need two tabs on this page (if possible) Headings 1) Overview 2) Forms Overview The Surrey Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) has responsibility for reviewing the deaths of all children who live in Surrey, other than still births or planned terminations that are within the law, through the arrangements of a Child Death

Pre-requisites Participants must have completed ‘Working Together to Safeguarding Children’ Induction Training or have completed an approved alternative course. An exemption checklist can be found at www.surreyscb.org.uk Target Group: The course is aimed at practitioners and managers in voluntary, independent and statutory agencies who need to be aware of the process to follow in the

We have published our strategic documents below: New safeguarding children arrangements 2019 SSCB Annual Report 2017-2018 SSCB Annual Report 2016-2017 (PDF) SSCB Annual Report 2015 – 2016 (PDF) Addendum to SSCB Annual Report 2015 – 2016 (PDF) SSCB Annual Report 2014-15 (1.2 MB) SSCB Annual Report 2013-14 (1.5 MB) SSCB Annual Report 2012-2013 (921.5 KB)

CDOP forms can be downloaded by clicking on the links below. CDOP Form A Notification CDOP Form B Agency report CDOP Form B2 Neonatal death CDOP Form B3 Death of a child with a known life limiting condition CDOP Form B4 Sudden unexpected death in infancy CDOP Form B5 Road traffic accident collision CDOP Form

Overview The Surrey Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) has responsibility for reviewing the deaths of all children who live in Surrey, other than still births or planned terminations that are within the law, through the arrangements of a Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP) (Working Together 2018). The Panel has a fixed core membership drawn from organisations

The death of any child is a tragedy. Since April 2004 local children safeguarding boards are required by the government to review the death of a child (0-18 years) in order to support families and also to see if there is anything we or anyone else can do to improve services offered for children and