Safeguarding Adults, Children and Looked After Children

Safeguarding Adults and Children (including the Mental Capacity Act) and Looked After Children

The CCG has a responsibility to protect adults at risk and children and we are committed improving safeguarding processes in Sheffield. We ensure CCG members are aware of their duties and competent to report and manage concerns, and that NHS provider organisations in Sheffield deliver national requirements in relation to safeguarding.  We work in partnership with the Local Authority and other key agencies and jointly review concerns and individual cases.



Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity Act

Sue Brook, Designated Professional Safeguarding Adults

01226 43447

Sue Mace, Head of Safeguarding / Designated Nurse Safeguarding Children

0114 3051239

Richard Hughes, Deprivation of Liberty in the Community (DoLiC) Nurse Assessor

0114 3051669

Kitty Reilly, Named Healthcare Professional for Safeguarding 

07584 591259 or 0114 3051229 (landline only available Tuesday and Wednesday)

Amy Lampard, Named GP Safeguarding Adults

Safeguarding Children

Sue Mace, Head of Safeguarding / Designated Nurse Safeguarding Children

0114 3051239

Diane Shahlavi, Deputy Designated Nurse Safeguarding Children

0114 3054512

Anna Ramsbottom, Designated Dr Safeguarding Children

0114 3051072

Heather Inniss, Named GP Safeguarding Children

0114 2671280

Looked After Children

Nikki Shepherd, Designated Nurse Looked After Children

0114 3054425

Last updated on 29/07/2020 by TraceyRobinson

Safeguarding Training

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Safeguarding children

All NHS service and commissioned services have a key role to play in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of unborn babies, children and young people.

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Safeguarding adults

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Domestic abuse

The aim of the Primary Care referral pathway is to provide healthcare professionals with a guide to decision making when faced with patients experiencing Domestic Abuse.

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Mental Capacity Act

Provides a statutory framework for people over 16 who lack capacity to make all or some decisions for themselves. It also makes provisions for people who have capacity and want to make preparations for a time when they may lose capacity to make certain decisions in the future.

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