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“Information sharing between the Police and health services allows early intervention and preventative work, enables bettercare for patients, supports safeguarding and the promotion of welfare and improves public protection. It is important for thePolice and health services to find new ways to work together. Effective information sharing improves services for members ofthe public, particularly in emergencies or when someone is near crisis.” Putting information sharing at the heart of collaborativeworking. Information sharing between the police and health services for prevention, early intervention and care purposes,February 2018“Information sharing is a vital element of policing and protecting the public. Police forces across England are looking to workmore collaboratively with health services and other public and private sector organisations to improve the delivery of services.Such sharing is essential for early intervention and preventative work, for safeguarding and promoting welfare and for publicprotection.” Putting information sharing at the heart of collaborative working. Information sharing between the police andhealth services for prevention, early intervention and care purposes, February 2018“Data sharing is vitally important. Organisations must work together, to effectively and efficiently deliver services. Peopleneed to be able to trust organisations with “their” data, and be confident that it is being used, and looked after; safely andsecurely….Where trust exists, there are many examples of excellent data sharing between the Police and health and careservices” Christopher Fincken, Caldicott Guardian, Marie Curie Former Chair 2012-2017 UK Caldicott Guardian Council &Contributor, Putting information sharing at the heart of collaborative working. Information sharing between the police andhealth services for prevention, early intervention and care purposes.This conference focuses on Information sharing between the police and health services for prevention, early intervention andcare purposes. The conference look at principles of information sharing and understanding when to disclose and when not to,the conference will include case studies from proactive information sharing for example in domestic violence cases for earlyintervention, and also reactive information sharing when an incident has occurred.This conference will enable you to:• Network with colleagues who are working to improve information sharing between the police and health/social care services• Learn from outstanding practice in effective information sharing• Reflect on national Caldicott developments and the New National guidance on information sharing with the police• Improve the way decisions are made in your service using Caldicott principles• Develop your skills in proactive and reactive information sharing with the police• Understand how you can improve information sharing around domestic violence and safeguarding• Identify key strategies for supporting people in crisis through information sharing• Ensure you are up to date with the latest legal developments including implications of GDPR in this area• Self assess and reflect on your own practice and police perspectives• Gain cpd accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence