A personal and conceptual reflection on findings from serious case reviews during the period 1987-2018: Part II

Kim Holt, Nancy Kelly

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Abstract

Drawing upon personal reflections and analysis, interviews with professionals and existing literature Part I (in the April issue of Family Law at [2021] Fam Law 543) and II of this article highlight key themes that emerge from an analysis of over 200 serious case reviews (‘SCRs’) during the period 1987–2018. Together with access to reports held in the repository (NSPCC, 2017) and the most recent Triennial Analysis of SCRs (M Brandon, P Sidebotham, P Belderson, H Cleaver, J Dickens, J Garstang, J Harris, P Sorenson and R Wate Complexity and challenge: a triennial analysis of SCRs 2014–2017 Final Report, 2020), , we explore different conceptual ideas that may elicit a greater understanding, as to how and why the same themes continue to be rehearsed in the majority of reports involving serious injury or death of a child.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)675-683
Number of pages9
JournalFamily Law
Volume2021
Issue numberMay
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2021

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