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(p. 375) 32. Child Protection Conferences 

(p. 375) 32. Child Protection Conferences
(p. 375) 32. Child Protection Conferences

Jane Sendall

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date: 26 February 2020

A local authority’s investigation into a child’s health and development includes a case conference so that information about the child can be shared by those involved with the child and family. This chapter discusses the function of a child protection conference in public children law and the role of a solicitor in the conference.

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