Panels or child protection committees

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03 Mar 2022 - child abuse review, Volume30, Issue5 September/October 2021 Pages 458-472
Child protection conferences (CPCs) are multiagency meetings that are central to child protection procedures in the UK. They bring together practitioners, parents and children to consider whether a child has experienced significant harm and, if so,...
18 Jan 2021 - Child Care Law Reporting Project
A judge in the District Court refused to make an order for face-to-face access between a mother and her three children in care, when access had been suspended due to the foster carers’ concerns about Covid-19.
12 Sep 2019 - Care Inspectorate
Scottish Ministers asked the Care Inspectorate to become the central collation point and undertake qualitative evaluation on all significant case reviews (SCRs) from 1st April 2012. The Care Inspectorate is required to report publicly on these...
07 Jun 2018 - Department for Education and Nadhim Zahawi MP
The panel members, along with the chair Edward Timpson, will review the most serious child safeguarding cases to share lessons and improve practice.
20 Sep 2017 - House of the Oireachtas
 The child protection audit commissioned by An Garda Síochána will be on the agenda of the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality tomorrow, Wednesday 20 September 2017 when it meets with Dr Geoffrey Shannon, Special Rapporteur on Child Protection....
09 Dec 2014 - The Gaurdian
The practice of courts identifying individuals involved in failings in the child protection system erodes rather than improves it. Three social workers from North East Lincolnshire have been named and criticised by judge Simon Jack for their role in...
27 Nov 2014 - Community Care
 Challenging and distressing child sexual abuse cases have come under scrutiny from social workers who say they need better supervision to manage the emotional impact of working on such cases and access to more and higher quality training....
27 Nov 2014 - Irish Independent
Sexual predators who groom children on the internet will face up to 14 years in jail under new laws being published today. And sex abusers who continue to harass their victims will be jailed for up to five years if prosecuted. The sex offences...
27 Nov 2014 - Manchester Evening News
Greater Manchester Police struggles to investigate serious sex crimes because of a lack of properly-trained staff, according to a report. Extra detectives have been drafted in to its Serious Sexual Offences Unit but a watchdog still found '...
26 Nov 2014 - BBC News
Children are being put at risk by deficiencies at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop), former staff have told Newsnight. Tom Simmons, a former detective, and Emma Howard, a social worker, told the BBC programme that staff are...