A serious case review (SCR) takes place after a child dies or is seriously injured and abuse or neglect is thought to be involved. It looks at lessons that can help prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.

The LSCB recently published a completed SCR in regard to Child F (Oct 2016)

Alongside the independently authored report, it has issued a response setting out the actions that it and its partner organisations have taken and are undertaking to improve practice based on the reviews. The ongoing implementation and progress of these actions will be monitored by the Luton Safeguarding Children Board and the LSCB will also follow through on its own programme of action around neglect and will assess what impact this has had in April 2017.
Download the narrative (Child F)

The LSCB has published a serious case review on Child E (June 2016)

Alongside the independently authored report, it has issued a response setting out the actions that it and its partner organisations have taken and are undertaking to improve practice based on the reviews. The ongoing implementation and progress of these actions will be monitored by the Luton Safeguarding Children Board and the LSCB will also follow through on its own programme of action around neglect and will assess what impact this has had in March 2017.
Download the narrative (Child E)

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