Serious case reviews
Serious case reviews are carried out when a child or young person dies or is seriously injured and abuse or neglect are known or suspected to be factors in the death. They are carried out so that improvements can be identified and action taken so that agencies work with each other more effectively to keep children, young people and their families safe.
When each review is completed a report is published. This includes an outline of what happened, without identifying the child or their family, what went well and what needs to change to make sure that in future other children and young people can be better protected.
Serious Case Reviews
- Serious Case Review – Child C
- Operation Brooke (This report has been made available on the Bristol Safeguarding Children Board)
- Operation Brooke Serious Case Review Summary
- Triennial Review Summary of Themes Sept 17
- GOV.UK – Pathways to harm, pathways to protection: a triennial analysis of serious case reviews 2011 to 2014
More information can be found on our Learning from Practice page.