Making a Case in Child Protection

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Wiley, Nov 22, 1996 - Social Science - 218 pages
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In association with the NSPCC Avoid falling foul of the law when making a case to protect a child. Written by a member of the Home Office Advisory Group which drafted the Memorandum of Good Practice for Interviewing Children, this is one of the first books to report on its implementation. Making a Case in Child Protection takes full account of recent controversies such as Cleveland and Rochdale. This essential practitioner's guide reviews current practice and research to help you make informed choices in child protection investigative assessment and successfully construct a child protection case. Published in association with the NSPCC, Making a Case in Child Protection enables you to act with a full understanding of:
  • the Children Act 1989 and the Criminal Justice Act 1991

  • public and social accountability

  • the interests, needs and rights of children and families

  • standards of professional practice.

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