- Social work with children -- Great Britain.
- Abused children -- Services for -- Great Britain
- Child abuse
- Child abuse -- Prevention
- Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice ;
- 184310945X (pbk.)
- 9781843109457 (pbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction: Hilary Owen, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and Liz Hughes, NHS Sheffield. Chapter 1. From Protection to Safeguarding: Bringing You Up to Date on Statutory Responsibilities. Hilary Owen. Chapter 2. The Contribution of Schools to Safeguarding Children. Flora Bandele, Sheffield City Council. Chapter 3. Making the Most of a Home Visit. Liz Hughes. Chapter 4. Infant Mental Health and Early Attachment. Dipti Aistrop, Sheffield Primary NHS CareTrust. Chapter 5. Working with Unco-operative or Hostile Families. Ruth Pearson, Sheffield Hallam University. Chapter 6. Neglect and Parental Learning Disability. Rosie Jakob, Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, and Gail Gumbrell, Community Learning Disability Team, Bradford. Chapter 7. Safeguarding Children Who Live with Parental Substance Misuse. Mandy Craig, Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board. Chapter 8. Domestic Abuse and Safeguarding Children. Sue Peckover, University of Huddersfield. Chapter 9. Safeguarding Children and Mental Health Practice. Karen Johnson, Derbyshire Mental Health Services. Chapter 10. Safeguarding Trafficked Children. Emma Kelly, ECPAT UK (End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children). Chapter 11. Criminal Investigation and Safeguarding; Dilemmas for Policing. Jeff Boxer, National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA). Chapter 12. Good Practice in Undertaking Social Work Assessments. Rosie Jakob. Chapter 13. The Most Professional Relationship. Liz Hughes. Chapter 14. Doing Serious Case Reviews Well: Politics, Academia, Risk Management and Staff Care. Hilary Owen. List of Contributors. Subject Index. Author Index.
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