Safeguarding through audit A guide to auditing case review recommendations
A pack designed to help local safeguarding children boards (LSCBs) audit the recommendations of serious case reviews (SCRs).
It is arranged under the following headings:
- Preparing to audit
- SMART recommendations
- Linking recommendations, action planning and audit
- Types of recommendations
- The audit path
- Gathering and reporting evidence
- Further help and advice.
'Safeguarding through audit' was first published by the NSPCC in 2004.
Author: Mary Handley and Richard Green
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