The Care Act 2014 states that
As soon as is feasible after the end of each financial year, an SAB must publish a report on—
- what it has done during that year to achieve its objective,
- what it has done during that year to implement its strategy,
- what each member has done during that year to implement the strategy,
- the findings of the reviews arranged by it under section 44 (safeguarding adults reviews) which have concluded in that year (whether or not they began in that year),
- the reviews arranged by it under that section which are ongoing at the end of that year (whether or not they began in that year),
- what it has done during that year to implement the findings of reviews arranged by it under that section, and
- where it decides during that year not to implement a finding of a review arranged by it under that section, the reasons for its decision.
The SAB must send a copy of the report to—
- the chief executive and the leader of the local authority which established the SAB,
- the local policing body the whole or part of whose area is in the local authority’s area,
- the Local Healthwatch organisation for the local authority’s area, and
- the chair of the Health and Wellbeing Board for that area.
- “Local policing body” has the meaning given by section 101 of the Police Act 1996.
The most recent Annual Reports for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough can be found below