Information and Resources for professionals

SAB Engagement Toolkit - available to share

The SAB are working with partners to share messages about adult safeguarding including how to recognise signs of abuse and neglect and what to do if you are worried about somebody. We have various simple but effective resources which you can use to help us make safeguarding everybody’s business. This includes the popular safeguarding leaflet, two posters to display (poster 1 and poster 2 ) , pens and pencils, badges and lanyards and access to slides to support delivery of safeguarding adults awareness. The SAB also produces a quarterly newsletter full of news about adult safeguarding issues locally and nationally and case stories and articles from our partner agencies. Most recently these have been shared at Freshers week across the college Group and Aiming Higher Conference. View the Safeguarding Adults Board Safer Cornwall poster which highlights the roles of the SAB and the Safer Cornwall Partnership.

The SAB booklet ‘A guide to the public on protecting adults at risk of neglect and abuse’ is now in its 45,000 run of publication and has been widely circulated – if you would like to receive a copy for yourself or for your place of work or to access any of these resources contact

Lunch and Learn Sessions organised by the Safeguarding Adults Board in conjunction with partner agencies:

SAB Lunch and Learn sessions provide an informal way of bringing together staff from multi agency organisations and offer an additional way to raise awareness of SAB policy and guidance and adult safeguarding issues. This is a one hour training or presentation session facilitated  to employees during a lunch hour. Details on the training pages of up coming sessions.

Self-neglect policy and best practice guidance Bitesize Guide, full policy slide presentation 

Fire and Rescue Service   slide presentation, bitesize guide and Hoarding and clutter scale.


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0300 1234 131 Option 3

01872 326433
(Adult Safeguarding Triage Team)