Multiagency Violence & Exploitation (MAVE) Panel Referrals

Our Multiagency Violence & Exploitation Panel aims to add value to our efforts to safeguard children and young adults (up to age 25) from exploitation and serious violence. The panel meets fortnightly to: 

  • Help unlock progress on an individual's protection or safety plan where professionals need to escalate any blockages or issues that haven't been resolved through strategy and professionals' meetings 

  • Agree multiagency action to mitigate risks to a group or cohort of children or young adults who are experiencing, or at risk of, exploitation and serious violence

  • Agree activity to disrupt identified adult perpetrators of exploitation or violence 

  • Develop multi-agency activity to safeguard locations where children or young adults are at risk of, or experiencing, exploitation or serious violence

Make a referral

Individuals

Make a referral for a young adult aged 18-25. Referrals for children must be made by their social worker.

Groups

Make a referral for a group of children or young adults at risk of, or experiencing, harm outside the family

Locations

Make a referral for a location where children or young adults are at risk of, or experiencing, exploitation or serious violence. 

possible perpetrators

Make a referral to flag a potential adult perpetrator of exploitation. 

Support & Resources

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In an emergency

If someone is at immediate risk of significant harm, please call 999. Do not delay.

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MAVE Terms of Reference

To find out more about how MAVE works, down the terms of reference.

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Language Toolkit

Use language that recognises that young people at risk of exploitation are victims and survivors of exploitation, and not complicit in their own abuse. Download this guide produced by the Children's Society.  

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Support for

Young Women

Abianda is a social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs, and provides training for the professionals who work with them. 

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Pan-London

Support

Safer London provides intensive support, early intervention and mentoring.

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Free Resources

 

Join the Contextual Safeguarding Network for free to access resources, tutorials, videos and briefings.

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Make an initial referral for support

MAVE is not the first point of referral for individuals. Contact Lambeth's Integrated Referral Hub on 020 7926 5555 and follow up with a completed Multi-agency Referral Form.

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Levels of Need Guidance

Use the Levels of Need guidance to help you identify and assess safeguarding needs for individuals and locations - and access the right help at the right time. ​

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Culturally Competent Responses

Download Power The Fight's  Therapeutic Intervention for Peace report to improve the effectiveness of therapeutic responses to violence affecting young people in London.

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County Lines Guidance

The Home Office County Lines Guidance aims to support front-line staff working with young people. (Sep 2018)

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Specialist Support

St Giles Trust work in Lambeth to offer a range of programmes to support young people exposed to or at risk from violence and exploitation. 

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Questions about MAVE?

If you have questions about Lambeth's Multiagency Violence & Exploitation Panel, please email.

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Exploitation Risk Matrix

Use the Lambeth Child Exploitation Risk Matrix to help identify and clarify concerns and actions.

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Disruption Toolkit

Download the Home Office's Child Exploitation Toolkit to support frontline practitioners safeguard children and young people at risk of exploitation. 

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County Lines Professionals' Toolkit

Useful guidance for practitioners developed by Children's Society, Victims Support and the National Police Chief's Council.   

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Pan-London Exploitation Protocol

Launched in March 2021, this police-led, multiagency document sets out the operating protocol for safeguarding children from exploitation. The guidance complements the London Child Protection Procedures.