What is a case review?
An independent safeguarding case review gives an organisation an objective expert assessment of any risks, concerns or ways it can improve to better protect children and adults from harm.
Case reviews can look at general safeguarding arrangements, a single case, or a collections of cases that have a common theme e.g. cases that involve a specific person or type of offence, or within a set time period.
We work with the commissioning organisation to agree the parameters of the review (known as the scope) and the timeline, and any outputs and recommendations which are then included in a final report.
All our work goes through a two-stage quality assurance process so that everyone involved in the process can have complete confidence in the outcome and recommendations of the review.
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