Intake and Assessment

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27 Jun 2022 - Child Abuse & Neglect
Background When a child welfare service agency receives a report of concern, there is an initial screening to decide whether an investigation needs to be initiated. In addition to the decision maker, case factors, external factors, and...
16 Dec 2021 - Local Government
A national review and local inspection will take place following the murder of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes has been announced by the Government.
04 Jul 2019 - Community Care
 You know the headlines. Demand for children's social services is soaring. In the past decade, the number of section 47 enquiries has more than doubled. The number of looked-after children is at its highest level since 1989.
05 Mar 2019 - Community Care
 Surrey director Dave Hill speaks positively about his plans to turn round children's services in the county in the wake of two consecutive inadequate ratings
25 Feb 2019 - youtube NSPCC
 Catherine Hadland is a multi-agency safeguarding hub specialist nurse. In this film she shares her advice for dealing with disclosures of harmful sexual behaviour from children and young people and explains what health professionals should consider...
25 Feb 2019 - NSPCC
 It can be very hard for children and young people to speak out about abuse. Often they fear there may be negative consequences if they tell anyone what's happening to them.
25 Feb 2019 - NSPCC
An evidence-informed framework for children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviours.  
05 Feb 2019 - NSPCC
 Early help, also known as early intervention, is support given as soon as a problem emerges, at any stage in a child or young person's life (Department for Education (DfE), 2018).
05 Feb 2019 - Children & Young People No
 Children's services leaders discussed how local authorities can provide effective early intervention against a backdrop of rising social need and continued financial constraint at a debate hosted by CYP Now in partnership with Capita One. By...
28 Jan 2019 - NSPCC
 The Northern Ireland Executive, through the Department of Health, is responsible for child protection in Northern Ireland. They set out policy, legislation and statutory guidance on how the child protection system should work.