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Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board Publications

 Board Structure

In July 2021, Sefton Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board (also referred to as SSAPB) was re-instated and replaced a Multi–Local Authority Merseyside Safeguarding Adults Board (MSAB) which was disbanded. This enables a clear Sefton focus.

You can view our Board Structure here: Board Structure 2023 (Document opens in new window)

Board Vision and Strategic Plan 

To ensure the agencies in Sefton who represent our Partnership Board  work together to meet their shared safeguarding responsibilities, a strategic plan is produced and identifies a number of key themes and key areas of focus. 

In Sefton, we have formed Strategic Pillars who undertake actions within the Strategic Plan to ensure that we continuously achieve our vision for the people of Sefton.

You can download a copy of our current Vision and Strategic Business Plan here: 3 Year Strategic Plan with Annual Business Plan 23-26

Annual Report 

The work of our Partnership Board  is reviewed and reported on every year via the publication of an Annual Report. This is the key mechanism by which the Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board is held to account for the work it carries out. The Annual Report is shared with the Chief Executive and Leader of Sefton Council, Police and Crime Commissioner and the Health and Wellbeing Board in Sefton.

Below you will find each of the Annual Reports published:


Under development - please check back shortly.


You can read the SSAPB 2022-2023 Annual Report here.(Document opens in new window)


You can read the SSAPB 2021-2022 Annual Report here.(Document opens in new window)

Easy Read version of our 2021-2022 Annual Report can be found here

You can view our Summary Annual Report Presentation here.

Board Publications 


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