Comments

Digital copy of Safeguarding Children Who Run Away and Go Missing from Home or Care. Policy, Procedures and Practice Guidance by the Safeguarding Partnership Board for Children.

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Reference

C/D/AW10/WD009383

Date

October 30th 2013 - October 30th 2013

Scope and Content

Provides details relating to introduction, arrangements for monitoring arrangements and outcomes for missing children, definitions, legal framework, causes of running away, children missing education, emergency duty service, services to young people who may run away, children who go missing from home, duty child care officer (DCCO), police safe and well checks, return interviews, children who have not been found, support for 16 and 17 year olds, children who repeatedly go missing from home, young people missing from home process flowchart, children who go missing from care, unauthorised absence, reporting a child missing from care, and young people missing from care process flowchart.

Names

Association of Chief Police Officers
Children's Services
Jersey Safeguarding Partnership Board
Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements
States of Jersey Police
Safeguarding Partnership Board
Working Together (policy)
Youth Service

Keywords

abscondence | abuse | bullying | Children | childcare | child abuse | case conferences | Child Care Officers | children's homes | care orders | child protection | crime | child grooming | children's services | domestic abuse | evidence | Education | fostering | harassment | Homes | homophobia | IJCI | legislation | laws | missing persons | mental health | Marriage | parents | policies | people trafficking | procedures | Pregnancy | Police | racism | sexual abuse | social workers | safeguarding | victims | young people

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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