Adult Safeguarding

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There will be adult safeguarding events on the following dates:

Safeguarding vulnerable adults is about the care and welfare of those aged 18 or over who may be in need of extra support services due to a physical, visual, hearing or learning disability. See Downloads for categories of abuse and neglect.

View the latest safeguarding adults multi-agency referral form in Downloads. Complete the form to ensure the team in Adult Social Care have the appropriate information to act on your concern. The effectiveness of the form will be reviewed in September 2018, so any feedback would be valued and can be shared via Victoria Gray.

If you suspect the abuse may be a crime, contact Camden Police Community Safety Unit.

Prevent is part of safeguarding and is the Government’s strategy for counterterrorism (CONTEST). The aim of Prevent is to divert people who may be susceptible to radicalisation.

Any concerns about radicalisation of those under 18 years must be referred to Children's Social Care under normal child protection procedures via MASH.

Mental Capacity Act template

The template was designed by a pan-London working group as part of the London GP MCA quality improvement project. To use the template, download the files from the IT Tools page.‚Äč


Older people can also contact The Silver Line.

Information about Adult Safeguarding training

Information about Prevent training

IT tools to support Adult Safeguarding and the Mental Capacity Act

GP Practice Safeguarding Adult Leads Network Session in June 2018

How to Refer Self Referral

Adult Safeguarding

Via the Adult Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub email.


Prevent Concerns

Via email.


Contact Details

Safeguarding Adults

For advice on adult safeguarding and Prevent, contact:

Designated Nurse: Victoria Gray

t: 07939 974292


Named GP: Dr Dee Hora


Adult Social Care Access and Reponse Team

t: 020 7974 4000 (4444 out of hours) and select option 1

f: 020 7974 5822


Camden Police Community Safety Unit

t: 020 8733 6443 / 6550 / 5946 / 5665 / 5565

f: 020 8733 6598