A member of the OPG team shares a moving personal story that highlights the importance of the Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 which comes into force today (31 July 2019).
From the Chief Financial Officer for the Ministry of Justice, Mike Driver This week we say goodbye and thank you to Alan Eccles as he retires as the Public Guardian and Chief Executive of the Office of the Public Guardian …
Ria Baxendale, Head of Investigations and Supervision, answers some of the common questions we’re asked about how OPG does investigations.
Chris Jones, Head of Performance, Planning and Business Development, looks at how OPG will meet the opportunities and challenges of an ageing population and a changing social, cultural and technological world.
Betty Du, safeguarding strategy lead, talks about the rationale behind OPG’s new safeguarding strategy and what it aims to achieve.
Caroline Amos and Andrea Breau from OPG’s communications team talk about how OPG’s first-ever campaign on lasting powers of attorney has been developed.
Contact Centre Advisor Sharon Dye talks about her role as a nominated safeguarding officer.
Ashok Chopra looks at how OPG is trialling a service that could improve the safeguarding of people who may lack mental capacity.
Simon Manby, Sirius Digital Product Owner, talks about the development of OPG's internal case management system and how it's improved ways of working.
Jan Sensier, OPG's deputy director of strategy and corporate services, talks about how OPG is planning to further develop its services over the next few years.
Public Guardian Alan Eccles was invited by the South Korean Ministry of Justice to speak at the 5th World Congress on Adult Guardianship in October. Angela Johnson, Head of Policy and Practice, reflects on the visit.