Significant case reviews
A Significant Case Review (SCR) finds the facts after a child has
- died in certain circumstances
- been harmed and there are concerns about agencies being, or not being, involved.
SCRs are independently chaired and involve an impartial team of staff from different agencies, such as the police, NHS and local authority.
SCRs help child protection committees learn about how better to protect children and young people, and help ensure they get the help they need when they need it in the future.