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Child Serious Case Reviews Conference - Monday 31st March 2014 - Central London

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Child Serious Case Reviews Conference - Monday 31st March 2014 - Central London


Published by Matthew Simpson for Capita Conferences in Care and Support and also in Communities, Local Government

Child Serious Case Reviews Conference - Monday 31st March 2014

Location – Central London

Please quote Booking Source Code SMMK when booking online

Our Child Serious Case Reviews Conference addresses the latest developments in the delivery of Serious Case Reviews (SCRs).  Bringing together successful models delivering a systems methodology approach, this event examines the following key areas including analysing the different models of SCRs available, delivering an effective local learning and improvement framework and understanding the role of the national panel of experts.

With the release of the Department for Education’s Working Together to Safeguard Children guidance last year, ensuring transparent and accountable processes to reduce the risk of future tragedies is crucial.  Do not miss the opportunity to hear from leading professionals from local authorities, health and the criminal justice sector provide insight into the latest policy in conducting effective SCRs that translate into meaningful service improvement.


  • Keynote: Stephanie Brivio, Assistant Director, Child Protection, Department for Education
  • Chair: David Sanders, London Regional Director, Association of Independent Local Safeguarding Children Board Chairs and Independent Chair, Newham LSCB
  • Donna Forsyth, Associate Director of Patient Safety (Investigation and Training), NHS England
  • Hannah Roscoe and Sarah Peel, Interim Heads of Learning Together, Social Care Institute for Excellence
  • David Ashcroft, Independent Chair, South Tyneside Local Safeguarding Children Board
  • Richard Long, Detective Chief Inspector, Protecting Vulnerable People Department, Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police
  • Lisa Windridge, Senior Crown Prosecutor, West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service

Benefits of Attending

  • You will hear from the Department for Education on the latest national policy on Serious Case Reviews and the role of the national panel of independent experts
  • Participate in a panel discussion exploring the different models available for SCRs to enable you to choose the right model for the circumstances
  • Gain insight from an SCR author and independent chair on engaging with practitioners and staff throughout the SCR process, and through to implementation
  • Understand the process and implications in managing SCRs alongside criminal investigations
  • Explore the approach one area is taking in the implementation of its local learning and improvement framework
  • Discover how to develop and improve multi-agency information sharing processes

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