Longfield: Child vulnerability data is 'tip of the iceberg'

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, July 4, 2017

The government does not know how many children are vulnerable and agencies cannot agree on how to define and identify them, children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield has warned.

Anne Longfield said she would be pressing the government to look into reports claiming that children in assessment and treatment units (ATUs) are being mistreated. Picture: Alex Deverill
Anne Longfield said she would be pressing the government to look into reports claiming that children in assessment and treatment units (ATUs) are being mistreated. Picture: Alex Deverill

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