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"It explains how commissioners and providers of health and social care services should work together to produce and implement local policies and procedures.They should collaborate with the public, voluntary and private sectors and they should also consult service users, their carers and representative groups.Local authority social services departments should co-ordinate the development of policies and procedures." The No Secrets (England) and In Safe Hands (Wales) documents were issued as guidance in 2000, under section 7 of the Local Authority Social Services Act 1970.Section 7 guidance does not carry the same status as legislation; instead local authorities have their compliance assessed as part of a statutory inspection process.With ‘good reason’ a local authority can ignore such guidance, but may be called upon to justify their actions in a judicial review.When a referral is made to the local authority under adult protection / safeguarding, the case is allocated to a qualified social worker or specially trained care manager to undertake and investigate the allegation of abuse.
The investigation can be a single agency led investigation, often led by the social worker or care manager or multi agency led, either with another statutory body such as the police, trading standards or a healthcare professional.
There is no current national guidance or minimal standards relating to the training of social workers in the UK who investigate Adult Protection / Adult Safeguarding matters.
However, in 2011, Keele University developed a Masters Degree in Adult Safeguarding.
The MA in Safeguarding Adults: Law, Policy and Practice is offered by the School of Law.
There have been several notable cases where severe harm and even death have occurred as a result of local agencies not acting in accordance with the "No Secrets" guidelines such as the murder of a young man with learning difficulties (Developmental delay).
into Mr Hoskins death referred to No Secrets saying "What is striking about the responses of services to Steven’s circumstances is that each agency focused on single issues within their own sectional remits and did not make the connections deemed necessary for the protection of vulnerable adults and proposed by No Secrets" (Home Office/ Department of Health 2000).