Child Protection Plan
A Child Protection Plan is initiated when a child is judged to be at risk of significant harm.
A Child Protection Plan should:
- assess the likelihood of the child suffering harm and look at ways that the child can be protected;
- decide upon short and long term aims to reduce the likelihood of harm to the child and to protect the child’s welfare;
- clarify people’s responsibilities and actions to be taken; and
- outline ways of monitoring and evaluating progress.
This supporting information is also known by these names:
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