CSPR and Local Learning Briefings
When a child dies or is seriously harmed from known or suspected abuse or neglect, we have a statutory requirement to carry out a Child Safeguarding Practice Review (CSPR), formally known as a Serious Case Review (SCR). If the criteria for a CSPR is not met, but our Case Review Group believe that an investigation of a case may reveal important lessons that could improve safeguarding practice in Brighton & Hove, then the BHSCP will commission a Learning Review.
Our CSPR and local learning briefings are designed to make frontline staff and managers aware of the recommendations and key learning points that have come out of CSPRs and Learning Reviews. The aim of this is to help to improve local practice to keep children safe.
We would encourage you to discuss these in your staff or business planning meetings. We always welcome feedback – please do email any comments to BHSCP@Brighton-Hove.gov.uk