In accordance with Regulation 5 of the Local Safeguarding Children Board Regulations 2006, the LSCB is required to undertake serious case reviews in specified circumstances which are:
The abuse of a child is known or suspected and either the child has died or the child has been seriously harmed and there is cause for concern as to the way in which the authority, their Board partners or other relevant persons have worked together to safeguard the child.
(Also see Working Together to safeguard children
For more information please see the LSCB Chapter 4 Procedures on the Policies and Procedures page.
The Local Safeguarding Children Board has a statutory duty to publish the findings from any Serious Case Reviews it has undertaken locally.
For historic executive reports please contact North Lincolnshire’s People Directorate Freedom of Information Co-ordinator, Julie Pointon on 01724 296401.
This Serious Case Review concerns the death of a 17 year old. The draft report was presented to the North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board in January 2015 pending the completion of other parallel proceedings and inquiries.
Serious Case Review: SI14 Overview Report [PDF 528Kb]
Date of Publication: 16 October 2015
On 16 October 2015, the LSCB published a serious case review referred to as SI14. The purpose of the review was to establish what lessons are learned from the case for improving safeguarding services, to interagency working and to better safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
The Practice Update – Learning Lessons from the Serious Case Review SI14 [PDF 85Kb] is available to download as a PDF.
NE Lincolnshire Serious Case Review into the death of child T – Practice Briefing is available to download as a PDF.
LSCB Learning Reviews – Practice Briefing February 2017 is available to download as a PDF.