Included in the Review are issues relating to Domestic Abuse, and the Action Plan that takes forward the learning from this Review, includes recommendations for improvements in the delivery of support relating to Domestic Abuse.Date of Publication: June 2015 This Serious Case Review was conducted by the East Sussex LSCB following the tragic death of a young baby.The purpose of a Serious Case Review is to establish whether there are lessons to be learned from the case about the way in which local professionals and organisations work together to safeguard children, identify what needs to be changed and, as a consequence, improve inter-agency working to better safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
When a child dies, including death by suspected suicide, or abuse or neglect is known or suspected to be a factor in the death, the LSCB is required to conduct a Serious Case Review into the involvement of organisations and professionals in the lives of the child and the family.
Guidance on when to conduct a Serious Case Review is included in Working Together to Safeguard Children.
There is an Action Plan to respond to the learning identified in this review, which will be monitored by the LSCB, in order to further improve services to very young children.
Date of Publication: April 2014 The East Sussex LSCB decided to hold a serious case review because of the nature of this incident and the serious abuse it involved.
East Sussex LSCB participated in the review as the children were previously resident in East Sussex.
Date of Publication: December 2011 National Serious Case Reviews For a list of all National Serious Case Review Publications, please visit the NSPCC National repository of case reviews.
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Date of Publication: March 2016 The East Sussex LSCB have conducted a serious case review after the sad death of a young girl who was killed by her father, who then took his own life.