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(1)Any person or body specified in subsection (3) may make payments towards expenditure incurred by, or for purposes connected with, a Local Safeguarding Children Board established under section 13—
(a)by making the payments directly; or
(b)by contributing to a fund out of which the payments may be made.
(2)Any person or body specified in subsection (3) may provide staff, goods, services, accommodation or other resources for purposes connected with a Local Safeguarding Children Board established under section 13.
(3)The persons and bodies referred to in subsections (1) and (2) are—
(a)the children’s services authority in England by which the Board is established;
(b)any person who is a Board partner of the authority under section 13(3)(a) to (h);
(c)in a case where the governor of a secure training centre or prison is a Board partner of the authority, the Secretary of State; and
(d)in a case where the director of a contracted out secure training centre or prison is a Board partner of the authority, the contractor.
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