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Kingston Children & Young People's Trust - Issued May 2010
Countdown to changes in the safeguarding process safeguaring Children & Young People Kingston Upon Thames Surrey
If your organisation works with children and/or young people, or vulnerable adults, you will be aware that the proposed changes in the Safeguarding and CRB processes are almost upon us. The information below is a reminder to members as to how it will work for your organisations:
From June this year RBK will be using the new CRB forms which will incorporate the ISA (Independent Safeguarding Authority) registration as well as an enhanced CRB check.
These forms are sent off to the CRB in the normal way and will be held unprocessed until their go-live date of 28 July.
  On 26 July the CRB will start to process applications made on the new forms.
From November 2010 it will be a legal requirement for individuals working ‘frontline’ (known as regulated positions*) with children and vulnerable people, to register with the ISA.
Organisations will be given up to 5 years to ensure all current employees and volunteers are ISA-registered from July 2010. It is suggested that this starts with new volunteers and employees and then staff/volunteers whose CRB checks are the oldest.
Employers will be able to carry out a free online check of a person’s ISA-registration status.
Enhanced CRB checks will continue for ‘non-regulated activities’ and will give a person’s full criminal record and other relevant information, including if a person is barred and the reasons for that bar.
Where any applicant has a relevant conviction, caution, warning or reprimand, the CRB will send the information to the ISA who will assess the appropriateness for them to work with vulnerable people.
Any such individual who is on the new barred lists by the ISA, will be barred from a much wider range of jobs and activities than before.
A new duty to share information will be enforced – employers (this includes placement organisations working with volunteers), social services and professional regulators will have to notify the ISA of relevant information so individuals who pose a threat to vulnerable people can be identified and barred from working with these groups.
The cost for an employed person’s ISA registration with a CRB check is £64. There is no cost to volunteers.
 
*Regulated positions are:
Any activity of a specified nature that involves contact with children or vulnerable adults frequently, intensively and/or overnight e.g. teaching, training, care supervision, advice, treatment and transportation.
Any activity allowing contact with children or vulnerable adults that is in a specified place frequently or intensively e.g. schools and care homes.
Fostering and childminding (childcare is covered by place or specified nature, childminding is separated out as a provision from childcare as it is a requirement for them to register even though they are self-employed and frequency does not apply to either) are also covered under the term.
Any activity that involves people in certain defined positions of responsibility. Such positions include school governors, director of children services, director of adult social services and trustees of certain charities.
Independent Safeguarding Authority - May 2010 VUS Royal Borough of Kingston
 
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