Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968


Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968

1968 CHAPTER 49

via Wrongful acts in Social Work Malpractice.

An Act to make further provision for promoting social welfare in Scotland; to consolidate with amendments certain enactments relating to the care and protection of children; to amend the law relating to the supervision and care of persons put on probation or released from prison etc.; to restrict the prosecution of children for offences; to establish children’s panels to provide children’s hearings in the case of children requiring compulsory measures of care; and for purposes connected with the aforesaid matters. Click Here To Read More >>>

[26th July 1968]

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