Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SAR’s)
Referring a case for a Safeguarding Adults Review: The referral form for a SAR can be found here: SAR Referral Form. Completed forms should be returned to the Board Manager, Steven Turner: email@example.com.
Referring the death of a homeless person: The Safeguarding Adults Board has recently developed a process for reviewing the death of anyone who is homeless. These are referred in using a different form to the SAR Referral Form. If you wish to refer in a death of a person who is or who was recently homeless, please complete the Homeless Mortality Review Referral Form and return it to the Board Manager, Steven Turner: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safeguarding Adults Reviews in Oxfordshire
Safeguarding Adults Reviews (SAR’s) are a statutory review process for adults with care and support needs who have died or been seriously harmed through abuse or neglect. The review aims to find out what agencies did well and what they could’ve done better as a partnership. It is not an investigation to assign blame or fault at any agency, it is instead looking at systemic issues of multi-agency working and how this could be improved.
Homeless Deaths – Published November 2020
Adult J – Published August 2020
The Oxfordshire Safeguarding Adults Board have published the following learning summary in relation to the death of Adult J in 2018. It follows the conclusion of a Coroner’s inquest earlier in 2020.
Adult C – Published April 2018
The Oxfordshire Safeguarding Adults Board have published the following two documents in relation to the death of Adult C. It follows the conclusion of a Coroner’s inquest earlier in the year (Feb 2018) which noted that the death of Adult C was likely to have been accidental, although it could not for certain be ruled out that it was a deliberate act.