Learning From Serious Case Reviews

Every case of fatal child abuse or neglect in England is subject to a multi-agency Serious Case Review (SCR). The purpose of these reviews is to establish whether there are lessons to be learned about the way in which local professionals and organisations work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. This report by the Universities of Warwick and East Anglia looks at the analyses used and their validity and usefulness in order propose any appropriate amendments to the ways in which SCRs are conducted and lessons learnt. Leadership Briefing 5.05 (53)

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