Voluntary and Community Sector Representation
It is vital as both an advocate for local service users and as a provider of services that representatives from the Voluntary and Community Sector can help contribute to and influence local decision-making. Voluntary and Community Sector representation is undertaken both by SCVO, on behalf of the Sector, and by members of front-line organisations who have been identified and selected through the Forums that we facilitate and regular meetings.
The information on this page gives you a broad overview of who is representing the Voluntary and Community Sector and where this is taking place. As the partnership arena changes on a regular basis the information given is limited. If you wish to discuss the role and remit of individual representatives and the meetings they are attending, or you wish to raise an issue through this representative, please contact that person directly.
Safer Sandwell Partnership
A multi-agency partnership bringing together all key public agencies and the voluntary sector to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour, prevent and reduce reoffending, tackle fear of crime and promote public reassurance, address problematic drug and alcohol use and improve community cohesion across the borough.
Mark Davis, SCVO
firstname.lastname@example.org, 0121 525 1127
Health and Social Care
CCG Strategic Commissioning and Redesign Committee
To consider service provision and ensure that services are commissioned for shorter pathways, better value for money and that provision is appropriate and adequate.
Geoff Foster, Cares
Children and Young People
Information to follow.