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Young People’s Involvement in the Child Protection Process Jeanette Cossar – Lecturer in Social Work, University of East Anglia Caz Dunne – Children’s Participation Officer, Cambridgeshire. The study: Aims and Objectives.
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Jeanette Cossar – Lecturer in Social Work, University of East Anglia
Caz Dunne – Children’s Participation Officer, Cambridgeshire
it’s a bad thing because if you’re on the register then that’s a really bad thing. You don’t want to be on there, because that’s where all the naughty people go
a list of the young people that social services think need to have a stricter eye kept on them
I was sitting there trying to keep the tears away, trying to be strong, stern face. When I got out I was crying
All these people were looking at you and I’m like oh my God and it was hard cos my mum was there ….and it was like I was holding stuff back because I knew that once I go back to her who knows what I will be facing
[the review manager] was almost in a way looking out for me…. She kept an eye on me through the meeting so she could see if there was something I wanted to say. She’d sort of make sure there was a point for me to say it
having social services involved and sticking their beaks in puts mother in a mood, which is going to make her more likely to do something stupid like what happened in April.
I think the good thing is that Mum and M have finally got it into their heads that they have to sort themselves out because M used to have a big drinking problem so that’s calmed him down a lot because he’s now going to Drinksense.
We should own a child protection room and graffiti it - it will be very exciting to create a young person friendly environment
Young people should be able to express their feelings
An advocate to help people say what they want to say
Give the young person a chance to talk
People: social worker and key worker from school, advocate and parents. That’s all, not nurse and governors, lots of people there that don’t need to be thereYoung people’s messages