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Child protection, Thematic inspection, Vulnerability  — 

In early 2014, we began a national programme of child protection inspections. We examine the effectiveness of the decisions made by the police at each stage of their interactions with or for children, from initial contact through to the investigation of offences against them. We also scrutinise the treatment of children in custody, and assess how forces are structured, led and governed, in relation to their child protection services.

Child protection, Research  — 

In 2014, HMICFRS started a rolling programme of inspections in every police force in England and Wales, looking at their response to child protection. To better understand the impact of these inspections on policing activity, we commissioned NatCen to carry out independent evaluation of the programme.

Child protection, Joint inspection  — 

This report draws together findings from six joint targeted area inspections, focusing on the multi-agency response to child sexual abuse in the family environment.

Child protection, Joint inspection  — 

Ofsted, the Care Quality Commission, HMICFRS and HMI Probation, examined the multi-agency response to older child exploitation and children missing from home, care or education. This builds on findings from the 2016 report, ‘Time to listen’ – a joined up response to child sexual exploitation and missing children’.

Child protection, Joint inspection  — 

This report is about the third joint targeted area inspection programme, which began in May 2017 and examined ‘the multi-agency response to older children who are living with neglect’. This report considers the most significant learning from six inspections of local authority areas with a focus on the neglect of older children.

Child protection, Joint inspection  — 

A report examining the multi-agency response to children living with domestic abuse, along with inspections of local area services.

Child protection, Joint inspection  — 

This report sets out an overview of the five joint inspections of child sexual exploitation and missing children were published from February to August 2016.

Child protection  — 

Each year thousands of children go missing from their homes, although the majority of them return home or are found soon after, all children who go missing are potentially at risk of harm, and a significant number, because of their circumstances, will face the risk of sexual, criminal or economic exploitation.

Child protection  — 

Protecting children is one of the most important tasks the police undertake. Only the police can investigate suspected crimes, arrest perpetrators and monitor sex offenders. Police officers have the power to take a child who is in danger into a place of safety, or to seek an order to restrict an offender’s contact with children. The police service also has a significant role working with other agencies to ensure the child’s protection and well-being, longer term. This is the report of a post-inspection review of Norfolk Constabulary.

Child protection  — 

Summary Protecting children is one of the most important tasks the police undertake. Only the police can investigate suspected crimes, arrest perpetrators and monitor sex offenders. Police officers have the power to take a child who is in danger into a place of safety, or to seek an order to restrict an offender’s contact with