Children's care services archive 2011-2012


Archive has 7 results

  • London Borough of Bexley (09 011 045)

    Report Upheld Child protection 16-Nov-2011

    Summary: Bexley Council's handling of a child protection investigation was seriously flawed.

  • Peterborough City Council (09 018 565)

    Report Upheld Looked after children 06-Oct-2011

    Summary: A boy with special educational needs lost a year's full-time education as a result of faults by Peterborough City Council and Cambridgeshire County Council.

  • Kingston upon Hull City Council (09 011 205)

    Report Upheld Child protection 01-Aug-2011

    Summary: There were serious failures by Kingston upon Hull City Council in the way it responded to child protection referrals of two children.

  • Leeds City Council (09 011 462)

    Report Upheld Looked after children 01-Jul-2011

    Summary: Serious and extensive failures in Leeds City Council's provision of education and care services resulted in substantial injustice for vulnerable children and their parents.

  • Leeds City Council (08 022 022)

    Report Upheld Other 01-Jul-2011

    Summary: Serious and extensive failures in Leeds City Council's provision of education and care services resulted in substantial injustice for vulnerable children and their parents.

  • Peterborough City Council (09 011 704)

    Report Upheld Fostering 14-Jun-2011

    Summary: The Ombudsman issued a report criticising the way Peterborough City Council and Lincolnshire County Council dealt with allegations made by a foster child against her foster carer's daughters. The foster carer complained that the investigation was badly managed and unnecessarily protracted.

  • Lincolnshire County Council (09 013 564)

    Report Upheld Fostering 14-Jun-2011

    Summary: The Ombudsman issued a report criticising the way Peterborough City Council and Lincolnshire County Council dealt with allegations made by a foster child against her foster carer's daughters. The foster carer complained that the investigation was badly managed and unnecessarily protracted.

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