Children and Young People Overview and Scrutiny Committee 22nd September 2015

The next meeting of the Children and Young People Overview and Scrutiny Committee will focus on a shorter agenda, looking in greater detail at the following topics:

Update on the Development of the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) in Warwickshire

The Committee will be considering a written report which will outline the progress made around the development of the Warwickshire MASH. The report outlines the importance of effective partnership working around the safeguarding of adults and children in Warwickshire and also details how the development of the MASH is being managed.

One Organisational Plan Quarter 1 (Year 2) Progress Report

Members will receive a written report which will focus on how the following services and areas are performing in relation to the OOP:

• Strategic Commissioning
• Education & Learning
• Children’s Social Care & Safeguarding
• Early Help & Targeted Support

Members will be considering the contents of the report and will be asking questions in relation to its content and making recommendations as considered appropriate.

The meeting starts at 10.00 on Tuesday 22nd September 2015 in Committee Room 2, Shire Hall, Warwick and is open to the public (click here for the agenda and reports). If you have a question that you wish to ask at the meeting, please contact Ben Patel-Sadler at least 3 working days before the meeting. Otherwise, please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the meeting and ensure that the Chair is aware of the matter on which you wish to speak.

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