designated person

designated person

A term of art which, as used in the context of safeguarding children in the UK, refers to a person (doctor or nurse) who takes a strategic professional lead on all aspects of the health service contribution to safeguarding children across the entire primary care trust (PCT) area, including all providers.

Designated persons provide advice and support to the named persons in each trust, and play a key role in promoting, influencing and developing relevant training to ensure the training needs of health staff are addressed. They also provide skilled professional involvement in child safeguarding processes and serious case reviews.
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He said two had been approved by a designated person who was "not independent of the investigation".
As a result of today's action, any property or interest in property of the designated person subject to US jurisdiction is frozen.
The family members are defined by their relationship to a designated person.
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And she is the designated person in our family to set up our mobile phones, fix our Internet problems and even take care of our parents' online banking transactions.
We have a national child protection designated person and that is the person who brings it forward [to gardai].
HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS YOUR case must be officially handled by the Housing Association and then passed on to a designated person for assessment.
Google, which runs Gmail, YouTube and Picasa Web Albums, offers its own version: If people don't log on after a while, their accounts can be deleted or shared with a designated person.
At the time Bernice Jaumette, the designated person in charge, admitted "We have had a challenging period at Amber House" but said they had taken every possible step to respond positively to the report.
The 19-year-old was later charged with producing a class B drug, assaulting a designated person in the execution of their duty and abstracting electricity.
The number two position in the cabinet is crucial since the designated person is authorised to head meetings of the cabinet in the absence of the prime minister.
He added: "He is no longer a designated person for the purposes of the Terrorist Asset-Freezing etc.

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