Research and analysis

Non-executive scrutiny panel: Safeguarding Children Board

This publication was withdrawn on 24 February 2016

This good practice example has been withdrawn as it is older than 3 years and may no longer reflect current policy.

Ofsted good practice example showing how Southend on Sea uses a non-executive scrutiny panel.

Documents

Southend Safeguarding Children Board - Good practice example.doc

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Detail

Through a series of reviews, issues about Local Safeguarding Children Boards have been highlighted to ensure that they have robust and appropriate governance arrangements in place. In Southend, a scrutiny panel has been created, which includes elected council members and non-executive members of partner agency boards including the Primary Care Trust and the Police Authority.