Profit-making firms to be prevented from delivering child protection

Neil Puffett
Friday, June 20, 2014

Only non-profit organisations will be allowed to deliver child protection services under controversial government plans to give councils more freedom in the way they work with vulnerable children, it has been announced.

Not-for-profit organisations, such as children's charities, will be able to deliver child protection services once new regualtions come into effect in the autumn. Picture: MorgueFile
Not-for-profit organisations, such as children's charities, will be able to deliver child protection services once new regualtions come into effect in the autumn. Picture: MorgueFile

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