Safeguarding Company Launches Next Generation of Queen’s Award-Winning ‘MyConcern’ Software

The team behind MyConcern are transforming the user experience and paving the way for significant additional functionality with the next generation of their safeguarding software.

MyConcern is the award-winning software used in the UK and worldwide to securely report, record and manage all well-being concerns. Today (8th May) they unveil the next generation of their secure and trusted online safeguarding platform.

MyConcern was developed by child protection professionals to equip staff in schools, colleges and other organisations to securely report their safeguarding concerns and to support safeguarding leads to manage those concerns. The system enables the easy reporting, recording and monitoring of the full range of risks encountered by children and young people today.

Schools and colleges are often the first to notice when their pupils and students may be at risk of harm and MyConcern is currently used in nurseries, maintained schools, specialist schools, academies, independent schools, academy trusts and colleges both across the UK and internationally (including all Ministry of Defence schools around the world). Other sector-specific versions of the solution also been adopted by a fast-growing number of local authorities, charities and high-profile sporting organisations.

Users of MyConcern will now benefit from a fresh new look and a streamlined safeguarding process, making safeguarding even more efficient and effective. The new user experience also ensures that the platform is ready for the release over the coming weeks and months of exciting new safeguarding functionality.

Martin Baker QPM, Managing Director for MyConcern said:

“We are constantly developing MyConcern to ensure that it always reflects current legislation, guidance and feedback from our customers. We have a world-class team of safeguarding experts and software developers who work tirelessly to ensure that our system meets the highest of standards. We are delighted to bring you the next generation of MyConcern, which will further support our users to undertake what we know to be an extremely challenging responsibility. The changes we have made to MyConcern will also enable us to release significant new functionality in the very near future.”

If you want to find out more about the award-winning safeguarding software MyConcern, you can book a free online demo at www.myconcern.co.uk/book-an-online-demonstration/.

About One Team Logic

One Team Logic was founded by Martin Baker QPM and Mike Glanville who prior to founding the company worked together for eight years as Chief Constable and Assistant Chief Constable (Operations) of Dorset Police. They are also both school governors and between them have over 60 years’ experience in safeguarding children and adults at risk. They formed the company in 2014 with their fellow director, Darryl Morton, who leads the software development and information security arrangements for the company.

About MyConcern

MyConcern is the multi award-winning safeguarding software leading the way to support schools, colleges and other organisations in their quest to keep children and young people safe from harm. Safeguarding is at the heart of all they do.

Developed by child protection experts with backgrounds in social care, education, health and policing, the system enables anyone working with children and young people to record and manage any safeguarding or well-being concerns. MyConcern facilitates the early identification of risk and provides safeguarding leads with the confidence that they are meeting their legal and moral obligations to those under their care.

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