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We’ll Bring About a Gathering…

The tenth Signs of Safety Gathering will be held at Oakridge Conference Center, Minnesota on October 20 to 22 this year. The nine Signs of Safety Gatherings since 2005 have been exciting events bringing together child protection workers; leaders and …
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Signs of Safety Implementation Paper

Children and Youth Services have just published a detailed independent analysis from the Australian Centre for Child Protection at the University of South Australia of the six-year system wide implementation of the Signs of Safety approach within the Western Australian …
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South Carolina: Getting in the Game!

South Carolina Department of Social Services began their journey with Signs of Safety in 2012. They have worked really hard during a period when the department has been under considerable political pressure. The Region 1 Performance Coaches created a newsletter …
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England Innovations Project Newsletter

The first edition of the Signs of Safety England Innovations Project newsletter has been distributed. This will be produced every two months after leadership workshops with all the partnering local authorities. We hope the newsletter can inform all staff, elected members …
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Article: England Innovations Project

Children & Young People Now has published an article that looks at the first four initiatives to gain funding under the Innovations Project, including Signs of Safety, that are intended to transform services in England. Click here to download the article (.pdf, …
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2014 Western Australian Gathering

The 3rd Western Australian (and 8th international) Signs of Safety Gathering will be held in Perth from 11–13 November. All 17 city and country based districts from across the state will present their work alongside international presentations by teams from Europe and North America. …
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Signs of Safety England Innovations Project

Munro, Turnell & Murphy Child Protection Consulting has been successful in securing an Innovations Project grant of £4.7 million to work intensively with ten local authorities in England, over the next eighteen months. The funding is provided to fully implement the …
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South Carolina Implementation

Terry Murphy was in South Carolina in May 2014 working on Signs of Safety implementation with the South Carolina’s Department of Social Services. This involved implementation planning workshops with executive leadership and partner agencies and then a one day workshop …
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Terry Murphy Joins Resolutions Consultancy

Terry Murphy — previously Director General of the Department of Child Protection and Family Support in Western Australia — has joined Resolutions Consultancy to bring his experience and leadership skills to the international Signs of Safety community. Terry joins Resolutions …
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