Child Protection Committee
Clackmannanshire and Stirling Child Protection Committee (CPC) is a multi-agency forum responsible for the development, co-ordination and review of child protection inter-agency policy and practice across Clackmannanshire and Stirling.
Who are we?
What do we do?
The CPC is responsible for ensuring that child protection activity complies with national and local standards and aims to promote better outcomes for children and young people.
The CPC arrangements in Clackmannanshire and Stirling have been set up in accordance with the 2005 Scottish Executive Guidance - Protecting Children and Young People: Child Protection Committees - which aims to ensure the delivery of integrated, high quality child protection services supported by the commitment and leadership of Chief Officers.
Key areas of Responsibility
Our key areas of responsibility from the National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland 2010 are:
- Policies, procedures and protocols
- Self-evaluation, performance management and quality assurance
- Promoting good practice
- Training and staff development
- Strategic planning
- Public information and communication
Child Protection Committee newsletter
Read our Child Protection newsletters for more information about what we do:
Stirling Child Protection Committee resources
View our annual report, or find out more about protocols relating to Child Protection - read more