Contemporary Family Justice: Policy and Practice in Complex Child Protection Decisions

Contemporary Family Justice: Policy and Practice in Complex Child Protection Decisions

presented by Kim Holt, fl. 2016 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 170 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
Demonstrating how the law and statutory guidance applies in practice, this book is a critical account of current family justice policy and practice.It draws on recent legislation, case law and research findings to provide clear, accessible information and advice on how to make the difficult decisions in pre-proceedings child care practice work. With reference to child protection legislation and practice frameworks, this book highlights the importance of undertaking informed and effective assessments based on the best outcome for the child. The book acknowledges the constraints facing practitioners, such as working under considerable pressure within tight time frames and focuses on the issues which commonly present as challenges for practice, such as neglect, child sexual exploitation and pre-birth assessments. This is essential reading for students and practitioners in social work and law, as well as policy-makers and other professionals concerned with the current state of child welfare.
Field of Interest
Social Work
Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Copyright Message
Copyright © Kim Holt 2016; Forward copyright © Sir James Munby 2016
Content Type
Book
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
2016
Page Count
170
Publication Year
2016
Publisher
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Place Published / Released
London, England
Subject
Social Work, Social Sciences, Psychology & Counseling, Children and Families, Welfare Policy, Laws and legislation, Child custody, Legal system, Family, Micro, Macro
Clinician
Kim Holt, fl. 2016

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