Protecting adults at risk in London: Good practice resource


  1. DH (Department of Health) (2011) Statement of government policy on adult safeguarding, London: DH.
  2. SCIE (Social Care Institute for Excellence) (2011) Report 39: Protecting adults at risk: London multi-agency policy and procedures to safeguard adults from abuse, London: SCIE.
  3. DH (Department of Health) (1997) Report on the review of patient-identifiable information, London: DH.
  4. DH (Department of Health) (2000) No secrets: guidance on developing and implementing multi-agency policies and procedures to protect vulnerable adults from abuse, London: DH.
  5. ADASS (Association of Directors of Adult Social Services) (2005) Safeguarding adults: a national framework of standards for good practice and outcomes in adult protection work, London: ADASS.
  6. MoJ (Ministry of Justice) (2011) Multi-agency public protection arrangements annual report, London: MoJ.
  7. DCSF (Department for Children, Schools and Families) (2010) Working together to safeguard children, London: DCSF.
  8. ADASS (Association of Directors of Adult Social Services) (2012) Draft guidance on out of area safeguarding adults. London: ADASS
  9. ADASS (Association of Directors of Adult Social Services) (2010) Vulnerable adult serious case review guidance, London: ADASS.
  10. Home Office (2011) Multi-agency statutory guidance for the conduct of domestic homicide reviews, London: Home Office.
  11. MPS (Metropolitan Police Service) (2008), Critical Incidents Policy, London: MPS.
  12. NPSA (National Patient Safety Agency) (2010) National framework for reporting and learning from serious incidents requiring investigation, London: NPSA.
  13. Mandelstam, M. (2011) Report 50: Safeguarding adults at risk of harm: a legal guide for practitioners. London: SCIE.
  14. Munby, Lord Justice (2010) ‘What price dignity?’, keynote address at LAG Community Care conference: Protecting liberties, London, 14 July.
  15. DH (Department of Health) (2007) Independence, choice and risk: a guide to best practice in supported decision making. London: DH.
  16. MoJ (Ministry of Justice) (2011) Achieving best evidence in criminal proceedings: guidance on interviewing victims and witnesses, and guidance on using special measures. London: MoJ.
  17. OCJR (Office for Criminal Justice Reform) (2005) The code of practice for victims of crime. London: OCJR.
  18. CJS (Criminal Justice System) (2008) The witness charter: standards of care for witnesses in the criminal justice system, London: CJS.
  19. DH (Department of Health) (2009) Reference guide to consent for examination or treatment. London: DH.
  20. Forced Marriage Unit (2009) Multi-agency practice guidelines: handling cases of forced marriage, London: Forced Marriage Unit.
  21. MoJ (Ministry of Justice) (2009) Forced marriage (Civil protection) Act, London: MoJ.