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Welcome to Solihull LSCP

Solihull LSCP has two key priorities for 2020/2021:

  • To support the implementation of the All-Age Exploitation Strategy across the Partnership
  • To support the improvement of outcomes for children and young people who experience neglect

 

Theo Thompson from youth group organisation Young Solihull has collaborated with Birmingham rapper Vader to create the song ‘Don’t Pass the Parcel’. The song and music video was funded by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Initiatives Fund, which uses money seized from criminals. The song aims to educate young people on the dangers of becoming involved in county lines drugs gangs. Young people have been made even more vulnerable by COVID-19, not being in school has made them easier targets to exploit making this video more important than ever.

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COVID-19

Solihull LSCP understand that during this difficult time, you as a young person, parents or practitioner will find it difficult adjusting to what is going on around us. We have provided links on our practitioners, children's and parents pages to offer some guidance. We hope you and your families are well, stay safe and look after yourselves. 

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