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Enabling young victims of serious crime to feel safe

Ofsted good practice example showing how Lewisham Young Victims’ Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (Youth MARAC) increases trust in agencies.

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London Borough of Lewisham - good practice example.doc

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This example shows how The Lewisham Young Victims’ Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (Youth MARAC) facilitates multi-agency information sharing and action planning to protect young people at risk of harm. The project presents a pioneering approach to supporting and protecting young victims of crime.

Published 1 May 2013