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Serious and Fatal Child Maltreatment Setting Serious Case Review Data in Context With Other Data on Violent and Maltreatment-related Deaths in 2009-10

Serious and Fatal Child Maltreatment Setting Serious Case Review Data in Context With Other Data on Violent and Maltreatment-related Deaths in 2009-10

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Published by: Francisco Estrada on Dec 12, 2011
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Research Report DFE-RR167
Serious and fatal childmaltreatmentSetting serious case reviewdata in context with otherdata on violent andmaltreatment-relateddeaths in 2009-10
Peter SidebothamMarian BrandonSue BaileyPippa BeldersonCarol HawleyUniversity of WarwickUniversity of East Anglia
 
This research report was commissioned before the new UK Government tookoffice on 11 May 2010. As a result the content may not reflect currentGovernment policy and may make reference to the Department for Children,Schools and Families (DCSF) which has now been replaced by the Departmentfor Education (DFE).The views expressed in this report are the authors’ and do not necessarilyreflect those of the Department for Education.
 
 
Acknowledgements
The research team would like to extend our thanks to the Department for Education fortheir support in overseeing this study, particularly Jenny Gray, Isabella Craig and JulieWilkinson. We are grateful to all members of the advisory group for their comments andsupport, and particularly grateful to Kathryn Coleman from the Home Office and VeraRuddock from the Office for National Statistics for providing comparator data.
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Peter Sidebotham and Carol Hawley are members of the Health Sciences ResearchInstitute, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick.Marian Brandon, Sue Bailey and Pippa Belderson are members of the Centre forResearch on the Child and Family in the School of Social Work and Psychology,University of East Anglia.

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