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1 Child Protection Panel Annual Report 2008 / 09 Allison Watt, Trust Directors Pres 26.11.09.

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1 1 Child Protection Panel Annual Report 2008 / 09 Allison Watt, Trust Directors Pres

2 2 Panel: Key Developments 2008/09 -Establishment of Single Trust Child Protection Panel -Inspection / Inquiries / Reviews / Audit -R I T -Professional Guidance on Attachment -Review of Child Protection Register Re-Registrations

3 3 Summary: SACPC Annual CP Statistics 2008/09 * figures ( ) denotes 07/08 Referrals 2008/09 Total Number of Child Care Referrals to Child and Family Care A/DC/BN/MTotal 282 (265) 244 (201) 324 (278) 850 (744) A/DC/BN/MTotal 1705 (1611) 2658 (2463) 1389 (1434) 5752 (5508) Total Number of Referrals for Child Protection Reasons Number of Children Referred for Child Protection Reasons A/DC/BN/MTotal 289 (270) 261 (205) 343 (291) 893 (766)

4 4 Joint Protocol Investigations 2008/09 Total Number of Children Subject to Investigation A/DC/BN/MTotal 118 (189) 99 (134) 90 (61) 307 (384) A/DC/BN/MTotal 75 (169) 20 (72) 25 (31) 120 (272) Number of Investigations by Social Services Only Number of Investigations by Police Only A/DC/BN/MTotal 5 (3) 10 (7) 1 (5) 16 (15) Number of Investigations Conjoint Between Police and Social Worker A/DC/BN/MTotal 38 (26) 69 (60) 64 (27) 171 (113)

5 5 Child Protection Case Conferences 2008/09 Children Considered at Case Conference A/DC/BN/MTotal 317 (395) 225 (164) 251 (204) 793 (763) Families Considered at Case Conference Total Number of Case Conferences A/DC/BN/MTotal 139 (106) 115 (74) 114 (101) 368 (281) InitialA/DC/BN/MTotal 78 (60) 75 (57) 65 (60) 218 (177) ReviewA/DC/BN/MTotal 189 (163) 156 (64) 136 (105) 481 (332)

6 6 Number of Children on Child Protection Register at , Age & Gender Age Range FemaleMale A/DC/BN/MTotalA/DC/BN/MTotal <14 (4) 5 (1) 2 (0) 11 (5) 9 (4) 5 (6) 1 (6) 15 (16) (13) 14 (9) 12 (13) 40 (35) 15 (18) 15 (14) 15 (10) 45 (42) (26) 28 (14) 37 (21) 91 (61) 28 (15) 12 (16) 32 (17) 72 (48) (14) 10 (14) 20 (15) 42 (43) 23 (23) 19 (14) 23 (12) 65 (49) 16+3 (4) 6 (0) 7 (0) 16 (4) 12 (9) 5 (1) 6 (5) 23 (15) Total59 (61) 63 (38) 78 (49) 200 (148) 87 (69) 56 (51) 77 (50) 220 (170) A/DC/BN/MTotal 146 (130) 119 (89) 155 (99) 420 (318) Children on Child Protection Register at

7 7 Period RegisteredNo. of Children A/DC/BN/MTotal <6 months54 (48) 50 (47) 60 (34) 164 (129) 6-12 months42 (33) 40 (14) 45 (41) 127 (88) months35 (37) 22 (20) 41 (22) 98 (79) 24> months15 (12) 7 (8) 9 (2) 31 (22) Total146 (130) 119 (89) 155 (99) 420 (318) Length of Time on Child Protection Register at Number of Children Registered 2008/09 who have previously Been Registered in any category LocalityA/DC/BN/MTotal Number of Children 62 (71) 60 (34) 52 (29) 174 (134)

8 8 Child Protection Register 2008/09 Children Added to Child Protection Register A/DC/BN/MTotal 139 (111) 116 (83) 138 (85) 393 (279) Families Added to Child Protection Register A/DC/BN/MTotal 69 (57) 64 (44) 60 (50) 193 (151) A/DC/BN/MTotal 18 (8) 23 (12) 22 (34) 63 (54) Children Considered at Case Conference but not Registered

9 9 Number of Children Removed from Child Protection Register A/DC/BN/MTotal Female62 (40) 43 (26) 36 (27) 141 (93) Male58 (40) 43 (26) 45 (42) 146 (108) Total120 (80) 86 (52) 81 (69) 287 (201) Number of Families Removed from Child Protection Register 2008/09 A/DC/BN/MTotal 71 (46) 45 (22) 43 (41) 159 (109)

10 10 Progress on Objectives 2008/09 1Inspection / Inquiries / CMR’s / Reviews / Audit -Update Action Plans e.g Laming -Sharing the Learning Seminars 2Childcare / Mental Health Interface -Interim Childcare / Mental Health Protocol -Cross Programme Information Session 3Child Care / Public Protection Unit Interface -Awareness raising session with PPU / Gateway Teams 4Transition to Safeguarding Structures -Panel Workshop -Regional Input

11 11 Panel Objectives 2009/10 -Transition to Regional Safeguarding Structures -Electronic Regional Child Protection Register -Inspections / CMR’s / Inquiries / Reviews -PSNI UNOCINI Pilot Re: Domestic Violence / Juvenile Incidents -Public Protection Arrangements / Child Protection Interface

12 12 Thank You Allison Watt Social Work and Social Care Governance Lead Safeguarding & Family Support and Corporate Parenting


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