SAB websites may contain:
- information about the role, remit and governance of the SAB
- links to key documents such as policies and procedures, minutes and papers of board meetings
- strategic plans and annual reports on a permanent basis to provide a historical context to the work of the board
- definitions of different forms of abuse such as domestic abuse and disability hate crime, and where to seek help if an adult is at risk of abuse
- links to communication materials (e.g. leaflets about safeguarding)
- resources for the general public and for practitioners
- access to learning and development opportunities and updates on local and national developments
- the publication of serious case reviews and safeguarding adults reviews
- links to all the board member websites.
It should be possible to access data about which pages on the website are most frequently visited. This information can be used to help the SAB monitor the suitability and effectiveness of the website and consider its approach when it wants to send out key messages.