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Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews tools and pathways

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Shropshire Safeguarding Community Partnership (SSCP) has developed the below local guidance and referral form to support the West Midlands Local Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews Regional Framework and Practice Guidance.

 

Referral of a Serious Child Safeguarding Case

Partners across the Shropshire Safeguarding Community Partnership Networks must refer any cases that they consider meet the following referral criteria, using the referral form attached below:

Serious child safeguarding cases are those in which:

  1. abuse or neglect of a child is known or suspected and  
  2. the child has died or been seriously harmed*

 *Serious harm includes (but is not limited to) serious and/or long-term impairment of a child’s mental health or intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development. It should also cover impairment of physical health[1].

 

[1] Child perpetrators may also be the subject of a review, if the definition of ‘serious child safeguarding case’ is met.

Further information and published reviews can be found on the SSCP website.

Statutory Learning Reviews in Shropshire Local Guidance

Statutory Learning Review Process Flowchart v5

SSCP Referral Form - CSPR

Rapid Review Process

 

This page is correct as printed on Tuesday 16th of April 2024 05:58:47 PM please refer back to this website (http://westmidlands.procedures.org.uk) for updates.