Slough Safeguarding Children

Serious Case Reviews and Safeguarding Practice Reviews

When a child dies, or is seriously harmed, as a result of abuse or neglect, a safeguarding practice review is carried out to identify ways that local professionals and organisations can improve the way they work together to safeguard children. Slough safeguarding partnership has an important function to share findings from such reviews and ensure that learning is embedded in practice across partner agencies. This work is overseen by the Safeguarding practice review group.

Reports and executive summaries of serious case reviews will be published here as they become available.

See the Safer Slough Partnership web pages for Domestic Homicide Reviews

More information on national learning can be found on the NSPCC resources website.

 September 3rd: A Homicide review was carried out by NHS England Mrs X and her child Child M

Click here to read Slough LSCB independent chair's statement.