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Inter-agency cooperation and the abuse of children

Timothy Shiles

Inter-agency cooperation and the abuse of children

with particular reference to the comparisons of the English and Scottish systems.

by Timothy Shiles

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Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.) - Sheffield University Centre for Criminological and Socio-Legal Studies, 1991.

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Open LibraryOL13972863M

  See DHSS, “Working Together: a guide to arrangements for inter-agency cooperation for the protection of children from abuse”, HMSO, , para. 2 Jasmine Beckford (Brent) , Reuben Carthy (Nottinghamshire) , Heidi Koseida (Hillingdon) , Charlene Salt (Oldham) , Tyra Henry (Lambeth) , Kimberley Carlile (Greenwich Author: B. Corby. Up to her retirement in , Dr. Helen Buckley was Associate Professor in the School of Social Work and Social Policy and Course Coordinator, Postgraduate Diploma in Child Protection and Welfare, Trinity College Dublin. She was also a Senior Research Fellow in .

  Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration is an effective way to drive up the standard of care. Policy and legislation now place users and carers at the centre of services. As consumers, they expect the professionals they come into contact with to work together. Additional factors contribute to the importance of IPIAC, including:Author: Scie Scie. complexity of child abuse. Children and young people could be physically attacked 00 SafeChild 2 22/12/ together in a spirit of inter-agency cooperation and to work in a cooperative way with parents.

contribution. The increasing emphasis on inter-agency cooperation is illustrated in two successive papers: Working Together: A Guide to Arrangements for Inter-agency Co-operation for the Protection of Children from Abuse (DHSS, ) and Working Together to Safeguard and Promote the Welfare of Children: A Guide to Inter-agency. 1 The Origin, Concept and Principles of Multi-Agency Partnership Working This chapter explains: • Where multi-agency partnership working originated from • The current terminology relating to multi-agency partnership working • The key principles of effective multi-agency partnership working in educational settings and children’s centresFile Size: KB.


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Inter-agency cooperation and the abuse of children by Timothy Shiles Download PDF EPUB FB2

‘‘The unit is a good example of inter-agency co-operation in the interest of those who have been traumatised by sexual violence,’ she said.’ ‘There needs to be inter-agency cooperation to inspect the fishing vessels, their trawling gear, and their catches.’ ‘It is.

Working Together: Guide to Arrangements for Inter-Agency Co-operation for the Protection of Children from Abuse by Department of Health and Social Security Book condition: Good. Get this from a library. Working together: a guide to arrangements for inter-agency co-operation for the protection of children from abuse.

[Great Britain. Department of Health and Social Security.; Great Britain. Welsh Office.;]. Explains the complex legal framework surrounding child abuse, including the Children Act Looks at: forms of child abuse; issues in child abuse; identification, investigation and initiation of proceedings; inter-agency cooperation; civil proceedings, care and supervision orders in magistrates' family proceedings courts, the county court and the High Court; criminal proceedings; contact.

• Inter-agency cooperation and consultation:cooperation among agencies achieves the best outcomes for women. Where partners or ex-partners are in perpetrator programs, inter-agency liaison is encouraged so safety, confidentiality and privacy are ensured • Training, education and File Size: 1MB.

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[Great Britain. Home Office.;]. Working together: a guide to arrangements for inter-agency cooperation for the protection of children from abuse. The inter-agency research approach and findings converged with the findings of other studies (e.g., Child Frontiers, ; Krueger, Thompstone, & Crispin, ) that highlighted the importance of community action on behalf of children.

By latethe MSWGCA had developed and gained Cabinet approval for a new Child Welfare : Michael Wessells. Date/Time Date(s) - 01/05/ am - pm. Location ETS House. Target Group. This course is suitable for staff and volunteers who work with children, young people, families and parents or carers where they are in a position to identify signs of child abuse or neglect and who may then be asked to contribute to assessing, planning or intervening and reviewing the needs of the child and.

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Working Together: Guide to Arrangements for Inter-agency Co-operation for the Protection of Children from Abuse Author Health & Social Security Book condition Used Binding Paperback ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Stationery Office Books Place of Publication London Date published A revised and updated guide on the care and protection of abused and at-risk children in the light of the Children's Act It concentrates on the importance of inter-professional and inter-agency co-operation and communication, taking into account lessons learned from recent cases.

This book presents a variety of socio-legal perspectives on issues of domestic violence and abuse. Focussing on contemporary research and practice developments in policing, law, statutory and voluntary sectors, the contributors to this volume cover a vast spectrum of initiatives and professional expertise concerned variably with protection 5/5(1).

Case Management: The process of helping individual children and families through direct social-work type support, and information management. Caseworker: The key worker in a case who maintains responsibility for the child’s care from identification to case closure Child Protection: The prevention of and response to abuse, neglect, exploitation,File Size: 1MB.

Inter-agency collaboration may be an effective way to improve services for those families involved with both the child welfare and substance abuse treatment service systems.

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Great Britain. Home Office. The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has called for cooperation among relevant agencies for effective control of drug abuse among Nigerian youths.

Prof. Moji Ade. Cases of child abuse, neglect and even homicide have alerted the public to the plight of children suffering at the hands of their carers, and profoundly politicised issues of child protection (Clapton et al., ).

Safeguarding children, and the coordination of the agencies involved, is one of the most challenging administrative tasks facing Cited by: 1.

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Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Great Britain, Great Britain, Great Britain Date and concern about the abuse and neglect of children has lar gely centred ar ound the maltreatment perpetrated by a child’s fam- ily members or friends (Stanley and Goddard in pr ess).Author: Janet Robin Stanley.