Parents who record child protection meetings: what social workers need to know


A group of lawyers has produced guidance after identifying a number of councils not fully understanding the law around recording child protection meetings

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.communitycare.co.uk

Since a group of family lawyers found councils’ guidance on recording child protection meetings was patchy and unclear, the sector has rushed to offer solutions to a problem The Transparency Project said was exacerbating misunderstandings between parents and social workers.

 

But while the reaction to the project’s investigation, which flagged up a problematic lack of consistent guidance, has been broadly supportive, some dissenting voices remain.

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