Kings College research survey on safeguarding and protecting children during the Covid-19 lockdown
Protecting Children at a Distance: A multi-agency investigation of child safeguarding and protection responses during the Covid-19 lock-down / social distancing measures
Researchers at King’s College London are undertaking important research on safeguarding and protecting children during the pandemic. The study focuses on safeguarding and child protection practice and the multi-agency response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, from the perspective of senior leaders in all agencies with child protection responsibilities, including Safeguarding Partnerships.
We know this is a difficult time, and we also know it is also important to capture current safeguarding practice across England for the purposes of learning and ‘future-proofing’. TASP is supporting this research and we encourage you to contribute.
The survey is expected to take 20-35 minutes to complete, depending on the answers to filter questions, and it will be open until 15th February. The survey link is at:
The information sheet for the study is at
and also accessible through the survey link.
KCL thank you in advance for those who are able to support this research project through participation.