Serious Case Review Case Study

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Serious care reviews (SCR) are required when happen when a child dies where abuse or neglect is known or be suspected in cause of the death. The serious case reviews are set up to see what can they learn about the way in which local professional and organisations work together to help safeguard and promote the welfare of the children. It is also works to improve how they can work better together to ensure nothing like that happened again. When something like this happen is the doctor or coroner to report the death, then the Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) will carry out the SCR and be totally independent of anyone involved in the case. According to the NSPCC They should response to the findings and must be published on the LSBC website…show more content…
To avoid these circumstances of happening again when they recruit a new member of staff they should promote and train good practice and ensure that all staff have Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) or the references from their previous workplace and see if there are suitable to work with young children.
The SCR first started when a young girl Victoria Climbie was abused by her aunt and died, she was eight years old when she died she was tortured and murdered by her guardians. She was born in Côte d’Ivoire and left the country with her great-aunt since from there the abuse started, even more when they met Carl Manning who became the aunt boyfriend. During the abuse Victoria was burnt with cigarettes, tied up for periods of longer than 24 hours, and hit with bike chains, hammers and wires. Victoria climbie died On 24 February 2000 she was taken semi-conscious and suffering from hypothermia, multiple organ failure and malnutrition. They used to describe Climbié as Satan and

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