Serious case reviews published in 2016
Lessons from local case reviews
The ISCP conduct case reviews at a lower level than serious case reviews when it is recognised there might be some learning for multi-agency practice. Learning from these cases is disseminated to relevant services through case review action plans and multi-agency training. The ISCP also produce research briefings to highlight learning from local and national reviews.
Lessons from national case reviews
The triennial analysis of serious case reviews
The triennial analysis of serious case reviews: 'Pathways to harm, pathways to protection', was published by the UK Government, Department for Education in July 2016. It builds on the learning from previous biennial analyses by the research team from the University of East Anglia and the University of Warwick.
It is available to download here.
More information and supporting materials can be found on the Research in Practice, Serious Case Reviews website: seriouscasereviews.rip.org.uk.
The NSPCC national case review repository
The NSPCC national case review repository publishes case reviews, briefings and thematic analyses of case reviews.
- Worried about a child?
- Case Conference
- After the Initial Case Conference
- Supplementary Guidance