Ofsted praises domestic abuse response in Bradford

Neil Puffett
Friday, April 21, 2017

Social care, justice and health professionals across Bradford have been praised by inspectors for their efforts in responding to child protection issues in domestic abuse situations.

Agencies involved with the case of Jeremiah Regis-Ngaujah have been asked to consider how domestic abuse services can be improved. Picture: David McCullough
Agencies involved with the case of Jeremiah Regis-Ngaujah have been asked to consider how domestic abuse services can be improved. Picture: David McCullough

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