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Q: explain when and why inquiries and serious case reviews are required and how the sharing of the findings informs practice.
A: . [ Serious Case Reviews When a child dies (including death by suicide), and abuse or Neglect are known or suspected to be a factor in the death, local organisations should consider immediately whether there are other children at risk of harm who require safeguarding (e.g. siblings, other children in an institution where abuse is alleged). Thereafter, organisations should consider whether there
are any lessons to be learnt about the ways in which they work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Consequently, when a child dies in such circumstances, the Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) should always conduct a Serious Case Review into the involvement with the child and family of organisations and professionals. Additionally, the LSCB should always consider whether a Serious Case Review should be conducted where: a child sustains a potentially life-threatening injury or serious and permanent impairment of health and development through abuse or neglect; or a child has been subjected to particularly serious Sexual Abuse; or a parent has been murdered and a homicide review is being initiated; or a child has been killed by a parent with a mental illness; or the case gives rise to concerns about inter-agency working to protect children from harm 2. The Purpose of Serious Case Reviews 2.1 The purpose of Serious Case Reviews carried out under this guidance is to: establish whether there are lessons to be learnt from the case about the way in which local professionals and organisations work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children; identify clearly what those lessons are, how they will be acted on, and what is expected to change as a result; and as a consequence, improve inter-agency working and better safeguard and promote the welfare of children. ]
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User: explain when and why inquiries and serious case reviews are required and how the sharing of the findings informs practice.

Weegy: . [ Serious Case Reviews When a child dies (including death by suicide), and abuse or Neglect are known or suspected to be a factor in the death, local organisations should consider immediately whether there are other children at risk of harm who require safeguarding (e.g. siblings, other children in an institution where abuse is alleged). Thereafter, organisations should consider whether there are any lessons to be learnt about the ways in which they work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Consequently, when a child dies in such circumstances, the Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) should always conduct a Serious Case Review into the involvement with the child and family of organisations and professionals. Additionally, the LSCB should always consider whether a Serious Case Review should be conducted where: a child sustains a potentially life-threatening injury or serious and permanent impairment of health and development through abuse or neglect; or a child has been subjected to particularly serious Sexual Abuse; or a parent has been murdered and a homicide review is being initiated; or a child has been killed by a parent with a mental illness; or the case gives rise to concerns about inter-agency working to protect children from harm 2. The Purpose of Serious Case Reviews 2.1 The purpose of Serious Case Reviews carried out under this guidance is to: establish whether there are lessons to be learnt from the case about the way in which local professionals and organisations work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children; identify clearly what those lessons are, how they will be acted on, and what is expected to change as a result; and as a consequence, improve inter-agency working and better safeguard and promote the welfare of children. ]
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