CR 1 Critical Incident Review September 2011 to May 2012. Content. Contextual background. The reasons for the review. Key learning for agencies including further reflection & potential challenges. Key Multi-Agency themes. Family perspective. Next steps. Family composition. Father
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CR 1 Critical Incident ReviewSeptember 2011 to May 2012.
CHILD CR 1
Total of six terms of reference including: -
Education and Schools may wish to reflect on the fact that given the volume of school based meetings, assessments, planning and review concerned with the provision of education in this case. How their educational assessments, which do not appear to currently form part of a robust multi-agency risk assessment process, will take account of this.
5. MSCB should require all professionals engaged in any level of case planning for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, to meet together without family members being present on at least one occasion.
6. MSCB should require Greater Manchester Police to convene a ‘Task and Finish Group’ involving key partners to address the setting of bail conditions