Child Protection Register

Child Protection Register

A confidential list maintained within the social services department of each local authority (district) in the UK, of the names of children who are believed to be at risk of significant harm, including physical, emotional, or sexual abuse or neglect. If a registered child moves out of one area, information is passed on to the “receiving” local authority.
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A Concise Child Practice review takes place if the child was not on the child protection register nor in care at any point in the six months running up to the incident.
Charlie Dunn, five, was on the child protection register when he disappeared.
A YOUNGSTER in Merseyside was put on the child protection register for being too fat.
Figures show that Welsh authorities are among those who have either put children on the child protection register or placed children into care where obesity or a high BMI were factors.
It will include the significant case review process, child protection committees, the Child Protection Register - as well as look at leadership, inspection and the children's hearings system.
The Childrens Social Work Statistics Scotland, showed that between August 2014 and July 31, 2015 there was a 1 per cent decrease in the number of looked after children and a 4 per cent decrease in the number on the Child Protection Register.
THE number of children on the child protection register in Wales is on the rise, according to new figures released by the Welsh Government.
However, there are some public health nurses who claim to be acting competently when they have large number of children on the child protection register on their caseload.
The total number of youngsters on the child protection register in Kirklees is 379.
Flintshire Council is preparing for a hike in the number of youngsters on its child protection register as the full impact of the government's welfare benefits reform hits poorer families.
There were 18 foetuses on the child protection register as of March 31, 2010, up from 12 in 2009 and a previous high of 15 in 2006, according to figures released under the Freedom of Information Act.
The children that come to us face complex problems, many are growing up living in poverty and many more have been abused, neglected, are on the child protection register or are bearing the extraordinary responsibility of caring for disabled or terminally ill relatives," said a CHICKS spokesman.