'Serious concerns' raised over child protection 'failings' by Cleveland Police

'Serious concerns' raised over child protection 'failings' by Cleveland Police
 

Cleveland Police have come under fire for alleged serious failures in child protection - in particular closing a case where “there was clear evidence” children had been harmed.
Ofsted boss Sir Michael Wilshaw said there are “serious weaknesses” in how a string of forces deal with protecting children in a damning letter to police watchdog chief Sir Tom Winsor.
Sir Michael said the “most serious concerns” were raised about Cleveland Police’s support for children’s services in Stockton .
In one “disturbing” case, the Ofsted inspector questioned a police decision to close a case even though... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 38
Source: Gazette Live
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