Essay on James: Suffering and Social Services

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James

Health Visitors – a health visitor can sometimes be the first person to spot abuse, especially in terms of physical abuse. Health visitors have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services. Health visitors must carry out a full medical examination or observations of any child or young person who is thought to be at risk of abuse or is/has suffered from abuse.
School Nurse – same as Health Visitor.
The Police – the police have the power to investigate, interview and arrest anyone suspected of abusing a child. Quite often they will ask the CPIU to investigate directly an also inform Social Services.
NSPCC – information can be passed anonymously to the NSPCC. If taken seriously the NSPCC have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services.

Health Visitors – a health visitor can sometimes be the first person to spot abuse, especially in terms of physical abuse. Health visitors have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services. Health visitors must carry out a full medical examination or observations of any child or young person who is thought to be at risk of abuse or is/has suffered from abuse.
School Nurse – same as Health Visitor.
The Police – the police have the power to investigate, interview and arrest anyone suspected of abusing a child. Quite often they will ask the CPIU to investigate directly an also inform Social Services.
NSPCC – information can be passed anonymously to the NSPCC. If taken seriously the NSPCC have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services.

Health Visitors – a health visitor can sometimes be the first person to spot abuse, especially in terms of physical abuse. Health visitors have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services. Health visitors must carry out a full medical examination or observations of any child or young person who is thought to be at risk of abuse or is/has suffered from abuse.
School Nurse – same as Health Visitor.
The Police – the police have the power to investigate, interview and arrest anyone suspected of abusing a child. Quite often they will ask the CPIU to investigate directly an also inform Social Services.
NSPCC – information can be passed anonymously to the NSPCC. If taken seriously the NSPCC have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services.

Health Visitors – a health visitor can sometimes be the first person to spot abuse, especially in terms of physical abuse. Health visitors have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services. Health visitors must carry out a full medical examination or observations of any child or young person who is thought to be at risk of abuse or is/has suffered from abuse.
School Nurse – same as Health Visitor.
The Police – the police have the power to investigate, interview and arrest anyone suspected of abusing a child. Quite often they will ask the CPIU to investigate directly an also inform Social Services.
NSPCC – information can be passed anonymously to the NSPCC. If taken seriously the NSPCC have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services.

Health Visitors – a health visitor can sometimes be the first person to spot abuse, especially in terms of physical abuse. Health visitors have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services. Health visitors must carry out a full medical examination or observations of any child or young person who is thought to be at risk of abuse or is/has suffered from abuse.
School Nurse – same as Health Visitor.
The Police – the police have the power to investigate, interview and arrest anyone suspected of abusing a child. Quite often they will ask the CPIU to investigate directly an also inform Social Services.
NSPCC – information can be passed anonymously to the NSPCC. If taken seriously the NSPCC have a duty of care to refer such information to Social Services.

Health Visitors – a health visitor can sometimes be the first person to spot abuse,…