Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs)

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The Barking and Dagenham Safeguarding Adults Board will undertake a Safeguarding Adults Review when the circumstances set out in the Care Act guidance are met. The purpose of a review is to promote effective learning and make improvements to prevent future deaths or serious harm occurring again. This may be where a case can provide useful insights into the way organisations are working together to prevent and reduce abuse and neglect of adults.

Take a look at our Safeguarding Adult Review Process (PDF, 415KB)

Below are the Safeguarding Adult Reviews that have been undertaken by the Board. Please note that names in the reports have been changed or initials have been used to protect individuals’ identities. 

Safeguarding Adult Review 'JA'

Safeguarding Adult Review 'Peter Smith'

Safeguarding Adult Review 'Mary'

Safeguarding Adult Review 'Lawrence Beasley'

Safeguarding Adult Review 'RC'

Safeguarding Adult Review 'Drina'