Child Injury And Safeguarding In England And Other Countries

Statistical data on the proportion of children identified as likely to suffer significant harm, cases of substantiated abuse and neglect and the number placed in public care vary between regions and countries, as do placement types and service responses. This report explores some of these issues and considers how different institutional and cultural approaches to safeguarding children and different forms of provision and support may influence trends in the incidence and nature of abuse and neglect. Leadership Briefing 5.10 (58)

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