Tory Party Conference: Call for national tracking system for children

Neil Puffett
Monday, October 3, 2016

A national system to track children should be introduced in order to keep children safe from harm if they move from one area to another, it has been suggested.

Database system Contactpoint was scrapped by the coalition government in 2010. Picture: Nigel Hillier
Database system Contactpoint was scrapped by the coalition government in 2010. Picture: Nigel Hillier

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