Preparing for the post LSCB world
Following extensive consultation with members and other stakeholders the Directors of AILC have decided, in readiness for the transition to the new Multi Agency Safeguarding Arrangements (MASA), that by September, AILC will have closed and a new Association will have been formed.
Feedback from all was clear that the new partnership arrangements would benefit from an association they could belong to, that would help provide focus, share learning and give prominence to the role safeguarding partnerships play in protecting children and young people.
We are pleased to announce that TASP (The Association of Safeguarding Partners) is being registered as a Charitable Interest Organisation and interim trustees are being appointed. A slimmed down AILC Board (two Directors only) will support the formation of the new arrangements, and for the transition period, AILC resources will be used where possible.