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Joint inspections of the response to child sexual abuse in the family environment

Joint targeted area inspection guidance on the multi-agency response to child sexual abuse in the family environment.

Documents

Guidance for joint targeted area inspections: child sexual abuse in the family environment

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Child-level data: guidance and template for Annex A

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Details

Joint targeted area inspections (JTAIs) include a ‘deep dive’ investigation – an evaluation of children and young people’s experiences. This changes periodically to investigate different themes in detail, in this case, the response to children at risk of, or subject to, sexual abuse in the family environment.

These documents should be read alongside the framework and guidance for the joint inspection of arrangements and services for children in need of help and protection.

Areas inspected

Inspection reports for the following areas are published on the Ofsted reports website:

Published 24 August 2018
Last updated 9 November 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added City of York Council JTAI
  2. The 2 options in Annex C were incorrectly labelled. We have switched them to ensure the document is consistent. The content has not changed.
  3. First published.