Assessment task-TDA 2.2 Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people
1.1 Identify the current legislation,guidelines,policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, including e-safety
The children act 1989
The children act 2004
Working together to safeguarding children 2006
The child exploitation and online protection (ceop)centre
The children’s act 2004
The children’s act 2004 was prompted by the lord laming inquiry in to the horrific history of abuse and eventual death of Victoria climbie in February 2002. The inquiry report revealed major failings within the different child protection systems and procedures with which the eight year old girl came into contact . Victoria climbie died despite being known to four bouroughs, two hospitals, two police child protection teams and the national society for the prevention of cruelty to children.
Working together to safeguard children 2006
This followed on from the children act 2004 and confirmed the intention to oblige all agencies and services to work together to minimise risks and to anticipate what might threaten the welfare of children and young people. The two legislation are very similar to what the do,due to failiurs in the past in protecting children these two legislation are working together to tackle abuse with children,working together to safeguarding childrens act are basially to support children by working together with all professionals and agencys the say every service has to play its part and communicate to one another about such child. Their primary responsibility should be in protecting the child.
1.2 describe the roles of different agencies involved in safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. The intergrated chidrens system is there to help social services managers and practitioners,working together with work colleges from other agencies,to improve outcomes for children in need and their families. The criminal records bureau-the crb check is to check if anyone who wishes to work with children and young people or the vulnerable adult or ederly has been in any previous abuse or convicted in any dangerous violence.they crb get with other agencies and find out all information about this individual and provide the applicant with a disclosure. The indipendant safeguarding authority (isa)-anyone working or volunteering with children or vulnerable adults to register with isa. The child exploitation and online protection (ceop)centre-this is a uk national law inforcement agency who are tackling sexual abuse on children and also run the thinkuknow internet safety scheme(e-safety),parents and children are also incouraged to use the system to report internet abuse etc. The NSPCC
-helping children through child line :childline is the uks free,confidencial helpline for children and young people. -services for children and families,children who have experienced or at risk of abuse. -advice for adults and professionals: NSPCC
-research:NSPCC looks at the issues around abuse in order to develop services,campaigns. -consultancy services :NSPCC works with organisations and professional networks to help them do everything they can to protect children.
1.3 describe the risks and possible consequences for children and young people using the internet, mobile phones and other technologies
children and young people may be involved or be a victim of cyber bullying,it can be very hard for parents and guardians to identify any one who is bullying the child vie the phone,msgs or email.They can also create hate websites on social networking sites which can be very disturbing for the victim. Cyber abuse may,e.g. involve an individual stalking a youth in cyberspace, a youth exposed to inappropriate sexual images,or peers bullying a victim vie chat rooms or texts. Happy slapping e.g where...
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