Safeguarding boards: Most SCRs adequate, reports Ofsted

The majority of local safeguarding children boards’ serious case reviews (SCR’s) were deemed adequate by Ofsted, which has published its evaluation of the reviews from April 2007 to December 2009 today.

Of the 329 SCR’s evaluated, 138 were rated adequate, 95 good and 96 inadequate.

Bolton, Durham, Kent and Haringey were among the latest to receive good ratings.

Responsibility for the evaluation of SCRs transferred to Ofsted from the Commission for Social Care Inspection in April 2007.

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