Loughton and Munro set out their aims for future of child protection

July 2010
Community Care;7/1/2010, Issue 1825, p5
The article presents an interview with Eileen Munro, head of the review of child protection, and British children's minister Tim Loughton. When asked about the problems with information sharing, Loughton replies information technology (IT) should be made to fulfill needs. Munro says the child protection review is meant to ensure the better use of money which is in the system. Loughton discusses how he intends to build social workers' confidence.


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