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Contents

September 2017

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  1. Assessing Need and Providing Help
  2. Children in Specific Circumstances
  3. Leicester and Leicestershire and Rutland Safeguarding Children Boards and Organisational Responsibilities
  4. Child Deaths
  5. Appendices


1. Assessing Need and Providing Help

1.1

Thresholds and Principles of Assessment

 
1.1.1 Thresholds for Access to Services for Children and Families in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Children's Social Care  
1.1.2 Principles of Assessment  
1.1.3 Assessment Protocol  

   

1.2

Early Help

 
1.2.1 Responding to Abuse and Neglect  
1.2.2 Failure to Thrive Policy  
1.2.3 Early Help Assessment  

   

1.3

Referral, Investigation and Assessment

 
1.3.1 Referrals to Children’s Social Care  
1.3.2 Child in Need Assessment and Plan  
1.3.3 Strategy Discussions  
1.3.4 Section 47 Enquiries  
1.3.5 Conducting a Section 47 Investigation: Use of the Community Paediatric Service and Strategy Discussions  
1.3.6 Paediatric Medical Assessments  
1.3.7 Joint Enquiries / Investigations between Children’s Social Care and the Police  
1.3.8 Concealment and Denial of Pregnancy  
1.3.9 Bruising and Injuries in Babies and Children who are not Independently Mobile  

   

1.4

Child Protection Conferences and Child Protection Plans

 
1.4.1 Initial Child Protection Conferences Updated
1.4.2 Recording that a Child is the subject of a Child Protection Plan  
1.4.3 Implementation of the Child Protection Plan - Lead Social Worker and Core Group Responsibilities  
1.4.4 Child Protection Review Conferences  

   

1.5

Think Family / Whole Family Approach

 
1.5.1 Think Family / Whole Family Approach Protocol  
1.5.2 Children At Risk Where A Parent Has A Learning Disability  
1.5.3 Children of Drug and Alcohol Misusing Parents  
1.5.4 Children At Risk Where A Parent/Carer Has A Mental Health Problem/Disorder  
1.5.5 Adult Mental Health and Child Protection Guidance  
1.5.6 Parental Personality Disorder  

   

1.6

Practice Guidance

 
1.6.1 Achieving Best Evidence in Criminal Proceedings  
1.6.2 Bullying  
1.6.3 Child Protection and HIV  
1.6.4 Children’s Participation in Child Protection Conferences and Core Groups  
1.6.5 Culturally Appropriate Practice  
1.6.6 Family Group Conferences/Meetings  
1.6.7 Intimate Care Good Practice Guidelines  
1.6.8 Neglect Practice Guidance  
1.6.9 Uncooperative and Hostile Families  
1.6.10 Historical (non recent) Abuse Allegations Updated


2. Children in Specific Circumstances

  NOTE: All Safeguarding Practice Guidance should be read in conjunction with:
Good Practice Supporting the Voice of the Child


New
2.1 Safeguarding Disabled Children  
2.2 Children using Abusive Behaviour  
2.3 Spiritual, Cultural and Religious Beliefs Updated
2.4 Allegations of Harm Arising from Under Age Sexual Activity  
2.5 E-Safety: Children Exposed to Abuse through the Digital Media Updated
2.6 Safeguarding Children and Young People from Child Sexual Exploitation Updated
2.7 Children and Families who go Missing  
2.8 Children from Abroad (including Migrant Children and Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children)  
2.9 Children Living Away from Home (including Children and Families living in Temporary Accommodation and Private Fostering)  
2.10 Children Missing from Education or with Issues Regarding School Attendance/Poor School Attendance  
2.11 Children Moving Across Boundaries  
2.12 Children Visiting Prisons  
2.13 Dangerous Dogs and Safeguarding Children New
2.14 Domestic Abuse/Violence Updated
  See also Honour Based Violence  
2.15 Complex (Organised or Multiple) Abuse  
2.16 Fabricated or Induced Illness  
2.17 Forced Marriage Updated
2.18 Harm to Animals and Possible Implications for Children  
2.19 Race and Racism  
2.20 Safeguarding Trafficked Children  
2.21 Pre-Trial Therapy  
2.22 Safeguarding Children at Risk of Abuse through Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Updated
  See also: Breast Ironing (tri.x Policy Briefings)  
2.23 People Posing a Risk to Children - Guidance and Procedure Updated
2.24 Children's Visits to Special Hospitals/Psychiatric Units Updated
2.25 Cross-Border Child Protection Cases Under the 1996 Hague Convention  
2.26 Children and Young People who go Missing from Home or Care Updated
2.27 Safeguarding Children and Young People who Self-Harm  
2.28 Safeguarding Children and Young People with Suicidal Behaviour  
2.29 Safeguarding Children Vulnerable to Violent Extremism (PREVENT)  
2.30 Modern Slavery New


3. Leicester and Leicestershire and Rutland Safeguarding Children Boards and Organisational Responsibilities

3.1 Local Safeguarding Children Board - Role and Function  
3.2 Agency Roles and Responsibilities to Safeguard and Promote the Welfare of Children  
3.3 Underlying Policy, Principles and Values  
3.4 Statutory Framework  
3.5 Information Sharing and Confidentiality  
  See also: Appendix 1: Information Sharing Agreement for the Purposes of Safeguarding Children  
3.6 Appeals by Parents / Carers and Children against Child Protection Conference decisions  
3.7 Resolving Practitioner Disagreements and Escalation of Concerns  
3.8 Safer Recruitment, Selection and Supervision of Staff  
3.9 Allegations Against Persons who Work with Children  
3.10 Whistleblowing Updated
3.11 Statement on Positive Parenting  
3.12 Learning and Improvement Framework Updated


4. Child Deaths

4.1 Responding to Child Death  
4.2 Child Death Overview Panel Procedures Updated
4.3 Support for Staff following the Death of a Child  


5. Appendices

5.1 Local Contacts Updated
5.2 NICE Guidance - When to suspect child maltreatment  
5.3 GMC Guidance - Protecting Children and Young People: The Responsibilities of all Doctors  
5.4 Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015  
5.5 Amendments  

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