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what to do if you are worried about a child or young person

If there is an emergency or a child is at immediate risk you should phone the police.

Anyone can refer a child to the Children’s Convenor. In practice most referrals come from the police, the Committee (CHSC) and the School Attendance Service (SAS).

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Our vision is for a CYCT system that improves the outcomes and experiences for children and young people who may be at risk to ensure that they are safe, protected and offered positive futures.

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Coronavirus – attending hearings of the CYCT between 25 March and 3 April 2020

Following the direction to stay at home given last night by Deputies St Pier and Soulsby, we are making some further changes to ensure that we can protect the health and wellbeing of children, families and all of those involved in…

Changes to Hearings of the Child Youth and Community Tribunal (CYCT) in response to Coronavirus

Tuesday 24 March 2020 Changes to Hearings of the Child Youth and Community Tribunal (CYCT) in response to Coronavirus Following the change in circumstances announced by the Director of Public Health on 20 and 21 March we have reviewed our…

Response to COVID -19 (Coronavirus)

The Office of the Children’s Convenor (Briarwood) currently remains open for business.   We are following, and will continue to follow, guidance issued by the States of Guernsey. Unless circumstances change, hearings of the CYCT and Convenor meetings for the…