Lack of ‘clarity’ hampering child protection

By Martin Ford | 29 April 2021

A lack of ‘clarity’ among local services over their roles is hampering child protection, watchdogs have told peers.

Improvements in multi-agency leadership locally and cross-government strategy nationally are required, Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission told an inquiry into vulnerable children by the House of Lords Public Services Committee.

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