cyp 3.3 1.4 explain when and why inquires and serious cas reviews are required and how the sharing of the findings informs practice
A serious case review will always be undertaken when a child dies, and when abuse or neglect is the suspected cause of a child’s death. [ The local safeguarding children board (LSCB) will also consider whether a serious case review should be conducted where a child has been seriously injured through abuse or neglect or been subjected to a serious sexual assault. and they are done to see what
areas can be improved, look at baby p case for example and talk about the outcome of that case. ]
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