Thursday, October 24th, 2019 7:53am

By Leanne Cooke @leannelily18

Safeguarding of children and adults on the Isle of Man is good, with evidence of improvement.

That’s according to the most recent annual report by the independent chair of the Island’s Safeguarding Board, Glenys Johnston. 
 
The report, which was tabled at this month’ Tynwald sitting, is the first to be published since the Safeguarding Board became a legal entity in its own right.

It revealed 251 adult safeguarding concerns were reported and 124 children were on child protection plans, between 1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019.
 
 

Source: three.fm