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Allegation Management

Allegation Management is concerned with allegations of abuse by professionals and volunteers working with adults with care and support needs.

Click on the links below to see the process and procedure for managing allegations:

Allegation Management - Procedure

Allegation Management - Initial Consideration Form

Allegation Management - Referral Form

Allegation Management Process - 7 Minute Briefing

Case Studies

Allegation Management Lead (AML)

The AML provides management and oversight of individual cases of allegations of abuse against those who work with adults with care and support needs.

The AML's role is to give advice and guidance to employers and voluntary organisations; liaise with the police and other agencies; and monitor the progress of cases to ensure that they are dealt with as quickly as possible consistent with a thorough and fair process.

Allegation Management Lead - 7 Minute Briefing

For advice or to make a referral regarding Allegation Management, please email the Rochdale AML:

[email protected]

Need more information?

Leaflets:

Information for employers - Managing allegations about staff who work or volunteer with adults with care and support needs

Information for families - Managing allegations: concerns regarding professionals who work with adults with care and support needs

Information for employees - Managing allegations: what happens when an allegation has been made about you?

Training:

Click here to book a place on our Allegation Management training

Useful Links:

Disclosure and Barring Service

Care Quality Commission

 

 

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