Learning From Reviews
Learning from reviews conducted under the LSCB can be found below.
This briefing presents key points and findings from analysis conducted by CareKnowledge of 24 Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) published nationally since January 2019.
Some of the findings resonate with those from local reviews and LSCB multiagency audits, and key messages from two local reviews are also presented. This briefing is aimed at managers and practitioners working with children and families and should be shared with colleagues.
The Leicester Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) published two Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) on Thursday 21st Match 2019. Jenny Myers, Independent Chair of the LSCB has released the following statement.
Multi Agency Learning and Improvement Review
On 17th May 2018, the Leicester Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) published the summary of a multi-agency learning and improvement review into the death of 15 year-old Brandon, who sadly took his own life in August 2016. Jenny Myers, Independent Chair of the LSCB has released a statement regarding the review.
We have also released a briefing for practitioners.
Serious Case Reviews
On 27th February 2017, the Leicester Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) published a serious case review concerning a child who we shall refer to as Child A1.
Jenny Myers, Independent Chair of the Leicester Safeguarding Children Board has released a full statement regarding this review.
The briefing summary.
The LSCB published two Serious Case Reviews (SCR) in 2016. More information can be found below.
Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel: Practice Guidance
This practice guidance should be read by local safeguarding partners, Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) and their partners.
National Case Review Repository
The NSPCC holds the National Case Review Repository, this repository provides a single place for published case reviews to make it easier to access and share learning at a local, regional and national level. Access the Repository
The NSPCC also host a list of resources and information that will support learning from reviews. This includes thematic learning on:
Child Sexual Exploitation
On line abuse.
Other topics include deaf and disabled children, parental mental health, culture & faith, hidden men
Challenges to professional practice (disguised compliance)
Sector learning - education, housing, police, health
Access the NSPCC resources on their website.