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The Partnership Groups

The Partnership Executive Group

The HSCP Executive group is made up of three senior representatives from the statutory partners:

  • Director of Children’s Services
  • Chief Operating Officer for Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Detective Superintendent Enfield & Haringey

The Partnership Leadership Group

The HSCP Leadership Group is made up of senior representatives from the three statutory partners and relevant agencies:

  • Haringey Council Children's and Young People's Service
  • Metropolitan Police Service
  • Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group
  • North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
  • Whittington Hospital NHS Trust
  • Barnet-Enfield-Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust
  • Housing Services
  • Probation Services
  • Schools
  • London Ambulance Service
  • Youth Offending Service
  • Independent Lay Person
  • NHS England
  • Bridge Renewal Trust (Haringey Voluntary Agencies)

It also has a range of subgroups which carry out much of the partnership's business and report to the Leadership Group regularly.

HSCP Subgroups

The HSCP has three subgroups that meet regularly to address specific objectives and duties of the HSCP. The current subgroups are as follows:

  • Quality, Performance and Outcomes
  • Practice, Learning and Workforce Development
  • Joint Operational Group


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Contact HSCP

Direct all general enquiries to hscp@haringey.gov.uk

Training:  020 8489 1470

Haringey Safeguarding Children’s Partnership
5th Floor, 48 Station Road
Wood Green
London N22 7TY

Report Abuse and Neglect

If you are worried about a child for any reason, contact MASH on 020 8489 4470.

If you are making a referral: childrensportalehm

If you are calling between 5pm and 9am weekdays or anytime at the weekend, call the Emergency out-of-hours duty team on 020 8489 0000.

If you or a child is in immediate danger you should always phone 999.