Children: Welfare and Protection Explained
Occasionally, the state is forced to intervene between a child and its carers, either to remove the child completely from the home or to provide some form of intermediate protection. This intervention may take one of the following forms: the care order, the supervision order, the education supervision order, the emergent protection order and the child assessment order.Get Legal Advice
“…my granddaughter…who is only 16 herself, has a 12 month old daughter…she has recently been convicted of a drugs offence…not for the first time…and has now been told the child may be taken into care…she has been told her wishes in this matter are of small consequence as she herself is under 18 and classed as a minor…”
“… my niece, who has three young children…[she] has recently taken up with a man known to have a record as a child sex offender…we are very worried for the children…is there anything we can do…”
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