Safeguarding Adults Board

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The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB) meet four times a year.

The Safeguarding Adults Board is responsible for protecting adults from abuse, reducing the risk of abuse, and supporting people to stop abuse where it happens. There are five sub groups:

  • quality and improvement sub group
  • learning and development sub group
  • communications and engagement sub group
  • the safeguarding adult review subgroup
  • missing and exploitation joint sub group

For more information including access to the Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly SAB website, policies and guidance and the annual report, please click here.


The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB) meet four times a year.

The Safeguarding Adults Board is responsible for protecting adults from abuse, reducing the risk of abuse, and supporting people to stop abuse where it happens. There are five sub groups:

  • quality and improvement sub group
  • learning and development sub group
  • communications and engagement sub group
  • the safeguarding adult review subgroup
  • missing and exploitation joint sub group

For more information including access to the Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly SAB website, policies and guidance and the annual report, please click here.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Safeguarding Adults Board’s Quality Improvement subgroup is keen to monitor the effectiveness of the Board as part of its performance and quality assurance framework arrangements, and to support the Board’s continuous improvement. All Board members are asked to complete the survey by 18th February 2021 to assist the subgroup in benchmarking current performance and in determining areas requiring further development.  

    The statements within the survey reflect those outlined within the national Adult Safeguarding Improvement Tool, developed in partnership by the Association of Chief Police Officers, the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, the Local Government Association, the NHS Confederation, and NHS Clinical Commissioners. 

    The tool outlines the characteristics of well-performing and ambitious partnerships, and is recommended as a means of self-assessment.

    The results of the survey will be analysed by the QI Subgroup and will be fed back to the Board and will assist in establishing CLOS SAB Business Plan priorities for the year ahead.  The survey will be repeated in a year’s time as a means of monitoring local progress.

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  • Many thanks for attending our recent Lunch and Learn on the Adults Safeguarding for Providers. We would very much appreciate your time in completing this survey to enable to assist us with the future delivery of these sessions.

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  • Many thanks for attending our recent Lunch and Learn on the Mental Capacity Act (MCA). We would very much appreciate your time in completing this survey to enable to assist us with the future delivery of these sessions.

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  • Many thanks for attending the Adults Safeguarding Training for Manager and Leaders which has been delivered by Making Connections between March and October 2021.

    We would very much appreciate your time in completing this short survey to enable to assist us with the future delivery of these sessions.

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  • Many thanks for attending our recent Lunch and Learn on Self Neglect. We would very much appreciate your time in completing this survey to enable to assist us with the future delivery of these sessions.

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