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North Lanarkshire Child Protection Committee

Significant Cases and Learning Reviews

The Child Protection Committee, on behalf of the Chief Officers, is responsible for undertaking Initial Case Reviews where these are requested by a partner agency and reporting / recommending a Significant Case Review when it is agreed that the national criteria is met.

The aim of this activity is:

• Robust mechanisms for the identification, consideration and undertaking of significant case reviews including evaluation processes for actions resulting from the review are in place.

• Learning from reviews of local practice, and practice in other areas where relevant, is identified and disseminated. This includes learning from significant case reviews, inspection reports and other enquiry reports

Page last updated:
27 May 2022

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