About Kingston LSCB

Our Vision

As an LSCB our vision is to ensure the best possible safeguarding outcomes for children and young people in Richmond and Kingston by providing information, support and training to young people, parents, carers and professionals. As you explore our website you will see how we seek to remind local people that safeguarding is everybody's business.

Meet the Team

Chris Robson

Chris has 30 years policing experience. He brings extensive operational and strategic knowledge in safeguarding. He served on Child Protection units across 4 London boroughs, including Haringey post the tragic death of Victoria Climbie. He has led a number of high profile enquiries and was the police lead on the Stephen Lawrence Independent Review. His most recent role was as police lead for delivery of all statutory and homicide reviews, managing risk and improving safeguarding for victims.

Elisabeth Major
Elisabeth is the Professional Adviser for the LSCBs. She is also from a child protection social work background, and has over 20 years’experience.Elisabeth manages our learning and improvement case review work.
Daksha Mistry
Daksha has worked in youth work and early years family centres and has been delivering training in child protection and safeguarding for over 20 years. She leads on Child Sexual Exploitation and safeguarding children on line for both our boroughs. Daksha is our LSCB Learning and Development Manager and manages our learning and development, including our eLearning, and develops our training.
Tracey Welding
Tracey is our LSCB Board Manager where she leads on Board management and quality assurance, including through our Section 11 safeguarding evaluation process. Tracey also leads for both Boroughs in reaching out to faith, community and voluntary sector groups. Tracey has over 20 years’ experience working and supporting in early years.
Sarah Bennett
Sarah is our Richmond LSCB Coordinator where she leads on Board management and quality assurance, including through our Section 11 safeguarding evaluation process. Sarah also coordinates the CDOP (Child Death Overview Panel) for both Boroughs. Sarah is committed to safeguarding vulnerable members of our society and has a range of relevant professional and voluntary experience which she brings to her role.
Sian Davies
Sian is our LSCB Business Support Officer for both boroughs. She has over 20 years experience of working in public and private sector.
Ellie Boorer

Ellie is our Richmond LSCB Co-ordinator where she leads on Board management and quality assurance, including through our Section 11 safeguarding evaluation process.

Ellie left Wandsworth Lifelong Learning in 2017 as the Work Related Learning Manager with substantial experience of working with senior management in education, business and agencies including the Skills Funding Agency. 

She has 20 years experience in creating and developing programmes for young people; employability skills, mentoring, enterprise, internships and forging close relationships with employers.  Including five years spent working with businesses from the private sector developing apprenticeships recently including traineeship programmes for NEETs, Looked After Children and Leaving Care young people. 

Ellie developed a safeguarding strategy, including a training programme, for Wandsworth Lifelong Learning working closely with a range of community providers which was commended by Ofsted. 

Lucy Macarthur

Lucy has worked in a strategic role in education specialising in SEN since 2009. She was a Chair of a Governing Body and served as an independent member on the Fostering Panel for both Kingston and Richmond. Lucy enjoys supporting school leaders to achieve outstanding practice and she understands the multiple demands on school staff having worked in both primary and secondary settings in LBRUT.