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Partnership practice alerts and referrals for case reviews to the MSCP

The safety of children in Medway is our priority and everybody’s responsibility.

It is important that professionals and organisations protecting children review the quality of their services and learn from their own practice and that of others. 

Good practice should be shared so that there is a growing understanding of what works well. When things go wrong there needs to be a thorough and unbiased analysis of what happened and why, so important lessons can be learnt and services improved to reduce the risk of future harm to children.

To ensure that children are safeguarded properly by agencies working effectively together, the MSCP supports a “Partnership practice alerts” and “Referrals for case review” process. 

These processes support the MSCP in celebrating good practice, challenging practice outside of expected standards and procedures and to learn from experiences. 

Make a practice alert or referral to MSCP

You can make either a practice alert to the MSCP of an incident, adverse event or prevented incident for the Learning Lessons Subgroup or make a referral for consideration for a case review/audit (including serious case reviews).

To make a practice alert complete the MSCP Partnership practice alerts form.

Or you can make a referral for consideration for a case review/audit (including serious case reviews) by completing our MSCP Referrals form.