Future ADCS president warns of challenge to save DCS role

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Directors of children's services (DCSs) face a fight to protect their role, with more than half now responsible for other directorates or services, the vice president-elect of the Association of Directors of Children's Services (ADCS) has warned.

Dave Hill is due to become ADCS president in April 2016. Picture: ADCS
Dave Hill is due to become ADCS president in April 2016. Picture: ADCS

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