Serious case review published Child “T”

Warwickshire Safeguarding Children Board (WSCB) has published a servious case review (SCR) following the death of "T" a 23 month old infant.

A Serious Case Review (SCR) is held when abuse or neglect is known or suspected, and either a child has died, or a child has been seriously harmed.  The purpose of serious case reviews is to explore whether there are changes that can be made to the safeguarding “system” so all involved are able to work better together and to reduce the likelihood of a similar event in the future.

“T” was a looked after child who was placed with foster carers registered with Warwickshire County Council.  Three months later, “T” tragically died, following admission to hospital with non-accidental injuries.

The foster mother pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of “T” and was sentenced to a term of imprisonment.

To access the report in detail, please click the links below.  

Key Practitioner Briefing Note - learning from the review
Warwickshire Safeguarding Children Board (WSCB) – Serious Case Review

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