Third of councils yet to consider future multi-agency arrangements

Neil Puffett
Thursday, May 17, 2018

One in three councils are yet to consider how they will replace local safeguarding children boards (LSCBs) with new arrangements for multi-agency working, a study has found.

Councils will be required to make new arrangements for working together on child protection in their local area. Picture: Shutterstock
Councils will be required to make new arrangements for working together on child protection in their local area. Picture: Shutterstock

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