Digital copy of the First Annual Report of the National Panel of Independent Experts on Serious Case Reviews.

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July 1st 2014 - July 31st 2014

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Includes an introduction, referring to an announcement in Working Together to Safeguard Children 2013 that a national panel of independent experts would be established in respect of SCRs [Serious Case Reviews]. Outlines the remit of the panel and provides information about each member of the panel: Elizabeth Clarke, Nicholas Dann, Jenni Russell and Peter Wanless. Sets out details of the work the panel since appointment in June 2013 and details of arrangements regarding monthly meetings. Includes details of cases considered, outlines instances where SCRs are not being proposed and instances where SCRs are not being published, comments about the quality of SCRs, and sets out recommendations for improving SCR quality and enhancing learning.


Clarke, Elizabeth
Dann, Nicholas
Russell, Jenni
Wanless, Peter
Air Accidents Investigation Branch
Association of Independent Local Safeguarding Children's Board Chairs
BBC Radio Four
British Broadcasting Corporation
Channel 4
Department of Education
Evening Standard
National Archive
National Lottery Community Fund
National Panel of Independent Experts on Serious Case Reviews
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Sunday Times
Safeguarding Children Partnership Board
Safeguarding Partnership Board
States of Jersey Police
The Guardian
The Times
The World Tonight (radio programme)
Working Together (policy)


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