Clackmannanshire Child Protection Committee (CPC) is a multi-agency forum responsible for the development, coordination and review of child protection inter-agency policy and practice across Clackmannanshire.
The Child Protection Committee reports to the Chief Officers Group. Information on structure and governance and terms of reference are available to refer to.
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.
Our key areas of responsibility from the National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland 2021 (updated 2023) are:
Child Protection Committees Scotland (CPCScotland) is a national grouping of professionals who work together to improve the protection of children in Scotland. The group supports Child Protection Committees across Scotland and the Independent Chair and Lead Officer of Clackmannanshire Child Protection Committee are involved with the group, attending quarterly meetings, contributing to the work of the group and sharing national communication and developments with local partner agencies including Clackmannanshire Council, NHS Forth Valley, Police Scotland and third sector partners.
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 225000 / 450000