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Thursday, November 27, 2008

LGA develops five-point plan to improve child protection

Note: Through no choice of my own, there seems to have been a Thanksgiving Day Baby P Extravaganza! There are some interesting developments in this case that has spilled over onto others. Lets see...

LGA develops five-point plan to improve child protection

Child protection services could suffer “irreparable, long-term damage” in the event of a knee-jerk reaction to the Baby P case, Local Government Association chair Margaret Eaton warned today.
Baby P: The 20 questions

HARINGEY'S cabinet member for children and young people, Labour councillor Liz Santry, resisted calls for her to resign over the Baby P case along with Haringey Council leader Councillor George Meehan on Monday.
Five point plan to help social workers after death of Baby P

A five point plan - including advice on how to spot potential problem families - is being devised to help social workers in the wake of the Baby P tragedy.
Council boss praises social workers after Baby P fury

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE’S top child protection boss today slammed “totally wrong” attacks on social workers over the Baby P scandal.

Note: Get em!!!
Baby P social worker witch-hunt 'could harm children'

Social workers could become 'more cautious' and children could be taken into care unnecessarily, says local government chair

Note: High profile child death, Social Services didn't do their job, workers get jumpy, more kids taken into foster care. It happens every time.
Social work fears in aftermath of Baby P case

SOCIAL workers should not face general attack in the aftermath of the Baby P case, First Minister Alex Salmond said today.

He spoke out in Parliament after concerns were raised by the Association of Directors of Social Work in the Scotland that the profession face vilification over the case.

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