Information sharing to protect vulnerable children

A report from the Department for Education and the Centre of Excellence for Information Sharing shares findings and presents recommendations on how to overcome barriers to effective multi-agency working and information sharing. Poor information sharing between multi-agency partnerships has been identified as a compounding factor that can lead to the serious harm, abuse or death of a child. This report sets out what approaches work best in information sharing.

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