Barnet Safeguarding Children Partnership [BSCP]:
Consultation on Harmful Practices Strategy

This survey is for people working with children and adults at risk or experiencing harmful practice in Barnet.

In 2018 the Barnet Children Safeguarding Partnership recognised that there was a need to better understand the prevalence of harmful practices in Barnet.

We began work on a multi-agency strategy with an ambition to understand the prevalence of practices in Barnet, the services, support and pathways in place and their efficacy through understanding the experience of service users and professionals that engage with harmful practices.

We would like to hear your views on our draft priorities and aims by answering the questions below:

- the survey should take you no longer than ten minutes of your time.

If you have any further questions on this questionnaire or the strategy itself, please email BSCP@barnet.gov.uk

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* 1. To understand the priorities of different agencies working with children and adults in Barnet, which area best describes your role? Please tick all those that apply.

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* 2. Have you received training in the last 3 years on harmful practices?

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* 3. Do you feel confident in dealing with issues of harmful practice as appropriate to you role and responsibilities?

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* 4. In the context of your role where could a harmful practice strategy offer most value?

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* 5. Of these harmful practices which are you most likely to come into contact with in your work with children and adults?

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* 6. Which of the following are you aware of?

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* 7. We are developing a strategy to prevent harmful practices in Barnet. We have identified three main priorities, please choose ONE which is most important to you.

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* 8. Of the outcomes below, which do you think the partnership should prioritise - please select three options.

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* 9.  What would make you feel more confident and supported to deal with harmful practices in your role. Please use the free text below to share your views.

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