The Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel is responsible for overseeing the review of serious child protection cases in England.
The Panel became operational in June 2018 and published its first annual report in March 20201.
The report shares key learning from rapid reviews of significant safeguarding incidents which were submitted to the Panel by local safeguarding partnerships in England from July 2018 to December 2019.
Our briefing summarises:
ReferencesChild Safeguarding Practice Review Panel (2020) Annual report 2018 to 2019: patterns in practice, key messages, and 2020 work programme (PDF). London: Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel.
Our CASPAR briefings help people working or volunteering with children and young people understand changes to safeguarding and child protection policy and guidance. They also summarise key research and reports from independent bodies such as Ofsted or the Care Inspectorate.
Read our CASPAR briefings for other Child Safeguarding Review Panel annual reports:
Key messages about the criminal exploitation of children and young people in England based on rapid reviews received by the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel between July 2018 and March 2019.
Find out more about case reviews, find a case review in the National Repository or read our series of thematic briefings highlighting the learning around particular topics.
Key messages from the DfE's analysis of serious case reviews (SCRs) conducted in England.