Safeguarding adult reviews are commissioned by HSAB to review the involvement of agencies and professionals associated with an adult at risk.
Safeguarding adult reviews can take place when:
• an adult in Hertfordshire dies of abuse or neglect, whether known or suspected and there is concern that partner agencies could have worked more effectively to protect the adult.
• an adult in Hertfordshire has not died, but the Board knows or suspects that the adult has experienced serious abuse or neglect.
• the Board feels it would be useful, including learning from 'near misses' and situations where the arrangements worked especially well.
Make a safeguarding adults review referral (MS Word)
HSAB Protocol (PDF)
Decision making flowchart – serious case reviews, safeguarding adult reviews and domestic homicide reviews (PDF 630KB)
SAR Newsletter April 2018 (PDF 294KB) Opening in a new window
Privacy Statement SARs 2018 (PDF 160KB)
Partnership case reviews