Serious case reviews (SCRs) are undertaken by local safeguarding children boards (LSCBs) for every case where abuse or neglect is known or suspected and either a child dies, or a child has been seriously harmed and the case gives rise to concerns about the way in which local professionals and services worked together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
Information and documents relating to the Serious Case Review report relating to 'J' children in Edlington, dated November 2009 and published on 29 March 2012. Also, the report by Lord Carlile and Government response.
General article 26 March 2013
An outline of the purpose and aims of serious case reviews (SCRs), with access to relevant resources and publications.
General article 21 March 2013
Information about the changes to serious case reviews (SCRs) following Professor Munro's review of child protection. This includes consulting on changes to revised statutory guidance and the evaluation of SCRs.
General article 06 July 2012
Information relating to the publication of two Serious Case Review overview reports about Peter Connelly, including links to the downloadable reports.
General article 12 June 2012