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In cases where a social worker is concerned about the neglect or abuse, or risk of neglect or abuse of a child or children, it is possible that they may arrange something called a case conference.

These often happen when social services are confident that matters can be resolved, and when social workers feel that they can work with the family concerned effectively.

Such meetings involve the family involved as well as the social services professionals, and usually involve working out a plan to enable the family to make changes.

If the social workers deem it necessary, a decision can be made to put a child’s name on the Child Protection Register. This is a list of children who are known to have been abused or are at risk of being so, and is very serious indeed for the family and child involved.

After this happens, review meetings usually take place to see if improvements have been made. A decision can then be made to remove the child’s name from the register, keep it on the register, or potentially a number of other courses of action.

Advice in relation to children being placed on the Child Protection Register

At Stuart Gordon Solicitors, with our years of experience in dealing with child and family law, we are able to help you. We have extensive experience in representing parents in such matters, in dealing with social services and social workers, and presenting the parents’ side of the case in meetings such as these.

Contact Stuart Gordon Child Protection Register Solicitors Leeds

In order to discuss your case with us, please contact Stuart Gordon Solicitors today. We will be more than happy to help you.

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