Community Partnership Information Form (CPI)
Sharing of information is critical to developing a clearer picture of local and wider issues, to inform the actions we need to take to reduce harm and risk.
To help Hampshire Constabulary build a clearer picture of the threat of harm and risk to children and young people, we are asking education staff and practitioners to share information known to them which can often provide crucial links where gaps in intelligence might exist.
To help improve information sharing, the CPI form gives professionals a safe and direct way to share non-urgent information with the police relating to children and young people at risk of:
- Missing, Exploited, Trafficked
- Child Sexual Exploitation
- Criminal Exploitation
- Drug Related Harm
- Modern Day Slavery
- Community Cohesion
- Anti-Social Behaviour
- Organised Crime
Note: The CPI form is not a referral form. It is for sharing non-urgent information/intelligence only, specific to the risks listed above.
The CPI form, along with guidance to complete and submit it, can be accessed via the link buttons at the bottom of this page.
Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (M.A.S.H)
Where concerns are raised that a child may be at risk of harm, a referral can be made to the local area M.A.S.H using the process pathway set out by the local authority. More information about making a referral and details of local Children’s Services can be found by selecting the area relevant to you below: