Child protection case conferences

Child protection case conference

If social workers are concerned that a child is at risk of harm they may arrange a child protection conference.

A child protection conference is a meeting of all of the different agencies who might be involved in a child’s life. As well as social services this could include a child’s school, doctor, health visitor, support worker, probation or the police.

The purpose of the child protection conference is for representatives from these agencies to share information about the child and to decide whether the child needs a “child protection plan“.

As a parent you have the right to attend a child protection case conference. You will have an opportunity to have your say and to correct any information that is incorrect. However, only the professional agencies vote on whether there should be a child protection plan.

If you have been asked to go to a child protection conference we can advise you about what is likely to happen and about how best to deal with the meeting. In certain cases we will be able to come to the meeting with you in order to give you support.

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Family Law Specialist

Paul Foster
paul.foster@simpsonmillar.co.uk

Family Law Specialist

Greg Moss
greg.moss@simpsonmillar.co.uk

Our Bristol Office

Our Family Law team is one of the largest in Bristol.

If you’re ready to speak to one of us directly please call our Corn Street Office on 0345 357 9650

Family Law Specialist

Fiona Sansom
fiona.sansom@simpsonmillar.co.uk

Family Law Specialist

Jenna Eldrett
jenna.eldrett@simpsonmillar.co.uk

“If I was unsure about anything all I needed to do was pick up the telephone. My solicitor and her secretary helped me through a very difficult time and gave me a lot of support.” <strong>Mrs JC</strong>
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