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Case Review Group

Locally, safeguarding partners must make arrangements to identify and review serious child safeguarding cases which, in their view, raise issues of importance in relation to their area.

They must commission and oversee the review of the cases where they consider it appropriate for a review to be undertaken.

The Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel is responsible for identifying and overseeing the review of serious child safeguarding cases which, in its view, raise issues that are complex or of national importance.

The Case Review Group (CRG) is a standing subgroup of the BHSCP which meets monthly to consider whether the Safeguarding Partnership should undertake Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews (CSPRs) or Learning Reviews, by undertaking a process called the Rapid Review. The group follows the progress of reviews underway, agrees final reports, develops action plans, and tracks the progress of remedial action.

Read more about Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews (CSPRs) and Learning Reviews here.