The Child in Mind: A Child Protection Handbook

By Judy Barker; Deborah T. Hodes | Go to book overview

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The child protection conference

A CHILD PROTECTION CONFERENCE is a formal meeting convened by social services or the NSPCC. It is the principal forum for professionals and family to share information and concerns about a child seen to be at risk of continuing harm.


CHILD PROTECTION ENQUIRY AND INITIAL ASSESSMENT

The decision to initiate a child protection enquiry is made in a strategy meeting or discussion involving social services, police, health and other involved agencies. This will normally take place within one working day of a referral being received. All agencies involved with the child and family have a responsibility to share information at this stage so that a decision can be made about whether a child in need assessment or a child protection enquiry is needed. The aim of the enquiry process is to assess the child's needs and the capacity of the parents or wider family to ensure their safety and respond appropriately to their health and developmental needs. If a child is found to be at continuing risk of significant harm, a child protection conference is held.


THE CONFERENCE

The purpose of a child protection conference is to share information collected during the enquiry process, and to analyse and assess the degree of risk to an individual child or children within a family. Conference decides whether to place the child's name on the Child

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Foreword 8
  • Acknowledgements 10
  • Introduction 11
  • 1 - Safeguarding Children 13
  • 2 - Partnership, Collaboration and Co-Operation 19
  • 3 - Risk Assessment 23
  • 4 - Recognition of Child Maltreatment 27
  • 5 - Physical Abuse 30
  • 6 - Sexual Abuse 42
  • 7 - Neglect 51
  • 8 - Emotional Abuse 55
  • 9 - Failure to Thrive 59
  • 10 - Abuse of Children with Disabilities 64
  • 11 - Non-Compliance 68
  • 12 - The Child Protection Conference 70
  • 13 - Records 78
  • 14 - The Legal Framework 81
  • Appendix 1 86
  • Appendix 2 93
  • Suggested Reading 102
  • Index 105
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