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Read the reviews that are carried out when the death of a person aged 16 or over has, or appears to have, resulted from violence, abuse or neglect.
Advice on how to keep adults and children safe from harm in Torbay and who to talk to about safeguarding or if you are worried about someone's safety.
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Find out what we do about litter on our streets, littering fines and how to pay them.
Find out how we deal with anti social behaviour (ASB) and how you can report it.
Find out about the help available in Libraries for people looking for a job.
Advice on what to do if you have, or know someone who has been sexually assaulted.
Useful Information for people looking to join Torbay Council as a Social Worker.
) Families Back to Services and support Supporting (Troubled) Families Troubled Families is a programme of targeted intervention for families with multiple problems, including crime, anti-social behaviour, truancy, unemployment, mental health problems and domestic abuse. The Supporting (Troubled
Find out about fostering and what is involved when you foster a child.
Find out about past consultations that have taken place in Torbay.
Find about the behaviour and standards expected from councillors and officers and what financial and other interests have been registered.
Find out more about the work of the Public Health team in Torbay.
Find out about the different types of fostering and which one is most suitable for you.
Find out about the groups which actively contribute to the management and upkeep of their local parks and how you can start a group.
A quick way to see some of the replies we have given to requests for information under the FOI and the EIR Acts.
Advice on how to petition the Council.
Find out the criteria you must meet to qualify for the Deposit Bond Scheme.
How we promote healthy lifestyles by encouraging positive physical, sexual and emotional relationships in young people.
exclusion or young people at risk of worklessness Families affected by domestic violence and abuse Parents or children with a range of health problems How do families get support