Revised Protocol for Conducting Initial and Significant Case Reviews

Significant Case Review is a multi-agency process for establishing the facts of, and learning lessons from, a situation where a child has died or has not died but has sustained significant harm or risk of significant harm.  They are undertaken under the governance of Child Protection Committees across Scotland.

Inverclyde's revised protocol and associated Annexes are compatible with the Government's most recent Guidance on Conducting ICRs and SCRs, Guidance from the Care Inspectorate and learning from across Scotland.

the Annex's can be downloaded from the Policies and procedures sub page of the Professionals page on this website.

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