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Practical guidance: how social care should work with a family whilst potential non-accidental injuries are being investigated – Part 1

Date:4 OCT 2021
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Reagan Persaud, Spire Barristers

What should social workers do when they get reports of non-accidental injuries? How do they ensure that they act in a way which preserves the best evidence for court? How do they ensure that they will not be criticised by the Judge? Reagan Persaud explores the fundamental law in this area and provides guidance for professionals by looking at the relevant law and the impact that it has on these professionals. She ties the law with some helpful advice on what social workers need to be thinking about during the investigation process. The guidance comes in two parts - consider part 1 here.

The full article will be published in the October issue of Family Law


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