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31 March 2020

Beware of loan sharks during the COVID-19 pandemic!

A warning has been issued for people to beware of and avoid loan sharks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit for more information on how to spot a loan

27 March 2020

New domestic abuse campaign launched as cases are expected to increase

  Partner agencies across Devon and Cornwall have launched a campaign to raise awareness around domestic abuse and have warned that it may increase in the coming weeks due to

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26 March 2020

Postponement of Face-To-Face Training

As you may be aware, the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak has led to us experiencing extraordinary times across the UK and the world. In light of the exceptional circumstances and rapidly

25 March 2020

Beware of COVID-19 Related Scams!

Trading Standards is warning people to remain vigilant following a rise in COVID-19 related scams.   For more information, please visit   Trading Standards also provide helpful information on

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3 February 2020

Devon Safeguarding Adults Partnership January 2020 Newsletter

DSAP Newsletter – Jan 2020   Change of Name: The Devon Safeguarding Adults Board agreed that the formal name be changed to the Devon Safeguarding Adults Partnership (DSAP) as ‘Partnership’

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6 January 2020

Safer Devon Partnership’s Online Radicalisation Campaign is now live!

  Safer Devon Partnership have now launched their Online Radicalisation Campaign.  The aims of this campaign are as follows: Increase the awareness that radicalisation is happening in Devon. Highlight who

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19 November 2019

National Safeguarding Week has begun 18th – 22nd November

Throughout the week, Devon Safeguarding Adults Board, in line with the CCG, will be promoting Safeguarding via Twitter. We will be devoting each day to raising awareness on the following

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26 September 2019

Atlas Care families respond with dignity and determination

Families of victims who suffered abuse at former care homes in Devon have responded with ‘dignity and determination’ in their resolve to ensure similar abusive practice does not happen again.