Learning from Serious Case Reviews

SERIOUS CASE REVIEWS

Working Together to Safeguard Children sets out the criteria for a Serious Case Review. A Serious Case Review should be carried out for every case where abuse or neglect is known or suspected and either a child dies; or a child is seriously harmed and there are concerns about how organisations or professionals worked together to safeguard the child. Other learning reviews can be carried out if the criteria is not met.

Any review should enable local partner agencies to be clear about their responsibilities, to learn from experience and make improvements in single and multi-agency work. SCRs are not conducted to apportion blame but to learn together so the same thing never happens again. At the end of each Serious Case Review, a SCR Final Report is agreed by the BSCB and published. Learning events are then held with professionals. Summaries of our SCRs are below: _________________________________________________________________________________________

2015 BSCB SCR Final Report Child E.pdf
March 2015
> 2015 BSCB SCR Final Report Child E.pdf

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2011 Children D and B SCR Executive Summary.pdf
2011
> 2011 Children D and B SCR Executive Summary.pdf

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2010 Bromley SCR Child C Executive Summary.pdf
2010
> 2010 Bromley SCR Child C Executive Summary.pdf

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2007 Young Person B Executive Summary.pdf
2008
> 2007 Young Person B Executive Summary.pdf

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2008 Executive Summary on Child B pdf
2008
> 2008 Executive Summary on Child B pdf

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2008 Child P Summary .pdf
2007
> 2008 Child P Summary .pdf