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identify the national policies that set out requirements for safeguarding individuals
Children and young people safeguarded from harm (maltreatment) and able to achieve their optimal outcomes throughout childhood, their teenage years and into adulthood. [ Timely intervention to safeguard children and young people who are being harmed requires accurate identification and a sound medical evaluation of the signs and symptoms of abuse or neglect. This depends on trained primary care
professionals being able to refer easily, when appropriate, to paediatricians with appropriate knowledge and skills, and also for staff to have available the correct facilities and equipment to enable them to carry out their work effectively. ]
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User: identify the national policies that set out requirements for safeguarding individuals

Weegy: Children and young people safeguarded from harm (maltreatment) and able to achieve their optimal outcomes throughout childhood, their teenage years and into adulthood. [ Timely intervention to safeguard children and young people who are being harmed requires accurate identification and a sound medical evaluation of the signs and symptoms of abuse or neglect. This depends on trained primary care professionals being able to refer easily, when appropriate, to paediatricians with appropriate knowledge and skills, and also for staff to have available the correct facilities and equipment to enable them to carry out their work effectively. ]
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User: policies for safeguarding individuals

Weegy: Children and young people safeguarded from harm (maltreatment) and able to achieve their optimal outcomes throughout childhood, their teenage years and into adulthood. [ Timely intervention to safeguard children and young people who are being harmed requires accurate identification and a sound medical evaluation of the signs and symptoms of abuse or neglect. This depends on trained primary care professionals being able to refer easily, when appropriate, to paediatricians with appropriate knowledge and skills, and also for staff to have available the correct facilities and equipment to enable them to carry out their work effectively. ]
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User: local and organisational system for safeguarding

Weegy: Are talking about a particular abusive act? or in general sense abusive act?
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User: general sense

Weegy: Each state/province and Country has a different policy to protect children from abuse, it is a team of social workers, police officers, and other workers that follow a procedure.
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