Serious case reviews
When are serious case reviews undertaken?
Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children Board undertakes Serious Care Reviews in cases where:
- abuse of neglect is known or suspected; and
- either - (i) the child has died or (ii) the child has been seriously harmed or there is cause for concern as to the way in which the authority, their Board partners or other relevant persons have worked together to safeguard the child.
How are serious case reviews conducted?
Serious Case Reviews are commissioned by the GSCB. At least one independent reviewer is appointed to lead the review and any agency that has had involvement with the child or young person contributes to the analysis of the services provided and, as a panel, identifies what lessons can be learnt.
Serious Case Reviews Toolkit
SCR 0116 ('James')
SCR 0115 ('Philip')
SCR 0114 ('Lucy')
SCR 0214 ('Ben')
SCR 0113 ('Abigail')
SCR 0310 ('Rachel)
SCR 0309 (Child 'S' and Child 'N')
SCR 0109 ('Jamie')
SCR 0508 ('Kevin')
SCR 0607 ('Conor')
SCR 0805 ('April')
SCR 0205 ('Elisabeth')
SCR 0105 (E Spry)