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  • improve202005-06.Laid before the Northern Ireland Assembly under Article 3 (2) and Schedule 1, paragraph 12 (5) of the Health and Personal Social Services (Quality, Improvement and Regulation) (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 by the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. November 2006

  • initassrec.pdf.INITIAL ASSESSMENT RECORD In completing this initial assessment, if it is known a core assessment will be required, social work staff should make a professional judgement about whether it is necessary to complete all sections before beginning a Core Assessment.

  • isschildprotimp.pdf.An Inspection of Child Protection in Sperrin Lakeland Health & Social Care Trust WHSSB Implementation Plan

  • isschilsperrepo.pdf.SOCIAL SERVICES INSPECTORATE An Inspection of Child Protection in Sperrin Lakeland Health and Social Services Trust and Western Health and Social Services Board

  • jointpolicyreview.pdf.CALL FOR EVIDENCE RESPONSE 15 September 2006 HMT/DfES Joint policy review: children and young people

  • lawincourt.pdf.Guidance on disclosing information about Family Proceedings involving children which are heard in private. Guidance for Court Users and people receiving information. From 31 st October 2005 new rules will allow parties and other specified people to disclose certain information from family proceedings heard in private involving children to other specified people, without needing the specific permission of the court, or being a contempt of court. Who is this leaflet for? Anyone who is a party to proceedings concerning children, or who receives information about proceedings. This guidance does NOT include disclosure of information in adoption proceedings, where different rules apply. What is disclosure of Information? Disclosure means sharing information. It includes verbal or non - verbal communication and sending documents to someone by post or electronically. Disclosure of information includes information about your case given in writing or verbally about the proceedings. It includes information about your case given in discussions held inside and outside of court, and in correspondence concerning the case. It also includes information contained in documents on the court file, or evidence given in court such as statements, reports, and the judgment or reasons given by the judge or magistrates for the decisions and orders they make. The existing law already allows you to tell someone else that your child is involved in court proceedings, but does not allow you to tell the public at large or a section of the public through the media. The new rules do not change this.

  • leavingaftercare.pdf.Preparing for long term foster care – life story work Policy Long term fostering offers placement to children or young people unable to return to their birth families and in need of a permanent substitute family, but where adoption is considered inappropriate for one or more of the following reasons: • The child or young person does not want it • The child or young person’s needs would require continued support, input and monitoring. • The strength of attachment of the child or young person to their own birth family.

  • longtermfost.pdf.

  • manifesto.pdf.

  • ministeroutcomes.pdf.Pathways and Outcomes: A Ten Year Follow Up Study of Children Who Have Experienced Care ISBN: 0_85389_882_0 Produced by: Department of Health, Social Services & Public Safety Castle Buildings, Stormont Belfast BT4 3SQ Telephone: 028 9052 0727 Textphone: 028 9052 7668 Ref: 57/2004

  • ncbreport.pdf.Report to the Youth Justice Board on the use of Physical Intervention within the Juvenile Secure Estate Di Hart & Steve Howell

  • nio.pdf.110 a Number if a multiple body (1.4.99) b Number of staff employed by the body (1.4.99) c Annual Report d Audit arrangements e Total gross expenditure of body (1998/99) f Amount funded by government (1998/99) g Other expenditure by sponsoring dept (1998/99) h Chief ExecutiveÕs Remuneration (1998/99) Appointments and Remuneration (1.9.99) i Chairman/President j Deputy k Members l Tribunal cases received m Tribunal cases disposed of Northern Ireland : Northern Ireland Office Executive NDPBs 1 Police Authority for Northern Ireland River House 48 High Street Belfast BT1 2DR TEL 028 9023 0111 FAX 028 9024 5098 CHAIR Mr Pat Armstrong SECRETARY Mr Joe Stewart TERMS OF REFERENCE It is charged with securing that the Northern Ireland Police Service is efficient and effective. a Š b 15,846* c Body d X e £664.46m f £656.377m g £1.261m h £77,031 i 1M, £36,780 j 1M, £18,390 k 3M, 1F, £6,745 7M, 6F, £5,060 l Š m Š * 3,271 civilians, 8,496 Royal Ulster Constabulary, 2,862 full-time Royal Ulster Constabulary Reservists and 1,217 part-time Royal Ulster Constabulary Reservists. Northern Ireland Office 11 Millbank, London SW1P 4QE Telephone 020 7210 6454 Room 20A, Stormont House Annex, Stormont Estate, Belfast BT4 3ST Telephone 028 9052 7066 Website 2 Probation Board for Northern Ireland 80Š90 North Street Belfast BT1 1LD TEL 028 9026 2400 FAX 028 9026 2436 index.htm CHAIR Mr Brian Rowntree SECRETARY Mr Peter Moss TERMS OF REFERENCE To provide an adequate and efficient Probation Service in Northern Ireland. a Š b 343* c Body d X e £11.552m f £11.552m g £0.100m h £61,878 i 1M, £12,195 j 1M, £27.70Š£55.40hd k 6M, 6F, £20.78Š£41.56hd l Š m Š * Includes 3 staff on secondment and 36 casual/seasonal staff. Part time appointment. 3 Juvenile Justice Board Massey House Stoney Road Belfast BT4 3SX TEL 028 9052 7341 FAX 028 9052 7359 CHAIR Mr John McCartney TERMS OF REFERENCE To provide residential accommodation at Rathgael and Lisnevin Juvenile Justice Centres* for children found guilty of offences and given custodial sentences. It is also responsible for community provision at Whitefield House and the Applied Psychology and Research Unit (APRU).

  • nio2000.pdf.NORTHERN IRELAND OFFICE 2000 DEPARTMENTAL REPORT Expenditure Plans & Priorities The Government’s Expenditure Plans 2000-01 to 2001-02 NORTHERN IRELAND OFFICE/HM TREASURY APRIL 2000

  • nisscodes.pdf.NORTHERN IRELAND SOCIAL CARE COUNCIL Consultation on Draft Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers and Employers of Social Care Workers January 2002

  • nisscodes2.pdf.Northern Ireland Social Care Council September 2002

  • osschildprotsperinport.pdf.FINAL REPORT ISSUED: JULY 2006 SI Social Services Inspectorate

  • pardailyhas.pdf.Parenting Daily Hassles SCALE

  • profitabuse.pdf.profiting from abuse An investigation into the sexual exploitation of our children

  • protovid.pdf.Joint Protocol Video between PSNI and Social Workers in in evidence for future court cases for sexual abuse.

  • pubbod2002.pdf.PUBLIC BODIES 2002

  • questnigov.pdf.People and Government - Questions for Northern Ireland 2 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION The Chief Executives’ Forum The Chief Executives’ Forum is a consortium of the chief executive officers of public bodies in Northern Ireland. The forum seeks to improve management in the public service by facilitating discussion and research of public management issues. The Joseph Rowntree Foundation The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is an independent, nonpolitical body which supports programmes of research and innovative development in the fields of housing, social care and social policy.

  • recentlifevents.pdf.Recent Life Events QUESTIONNAIRE


  • safguardchil2006.pdf.Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competences for Health Care Staff Intercollegiate Document April 2006

  • ssireport2006.htm.SOCIAL SERVICES INSPECTORATE An Inspection of Child Protection in Sperrin Lakeland Health and Social Services Trust and Western Health and Social Services Board Fieldwork Dates 18 January 2006 – 10 February 2006 FINAL REPORT ISSUED: JULY 2006 SI Social Services Inspectorate S SOCIAL SERVICES INSPECTORATE An Inspection of Child Protection in Sperrin Lakeland Health and Social Services Trust, and Western Health and Social Services Board

  • safeguard.htm.Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competences for Health Care Staff Intercollegiate Document April 2006 Supported by the Department of Health Published by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (c) 2006 Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competences for Health Care Staff April 2006

  • codessw.htm.Northern Ireland Social Care Council September 2002 Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers and Employers of Social Care Workers 1 NISCC Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers Introduction This booklet contains agreed codes of practice for social care workers and employers of social care workers describing the standards of conduct and practice within which they should work. This introduction is intended to help you understand what the codes are for and what they will mean to you as a social care worker, employer, service user or member of the p ublic. The Northern Ireland Social Care Council began its work on 1 October 2001, at the same time as the General Social Care Council, the Scottish Social Services Council, and the Care Council for Wales. The Councils have a duty to develop codes of practice and have worked together in developing these codes as part of their contribution to raising standards in social care services. The two codes for workers and employers are presented together in this booklet because they are complementary and mirror the joint responsibilities of employers and workers in ensuring high standards.

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    We are indeed aware of Article 170: Privacy for children involved in certain proceedings. but also Section 62: Publication of material relating to legal proceedings (251.252.) Which means that nothing can be published that may identify any CHILD during court process yet; Council's can publish photographs and detailed profiles of children online in advertising them for adoption.

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