The LSCB conducts Serious Case Reviews on cases that meet the criteria as specified in Working Together to Safeguard Children.
Overview reports are published for a period of 12 months. Requests for reports that are "no longer published" should be requested from us by email or in writing.
Learning briefs will remain published to support improvements in practice.
|Case||Overview Report||Learning Brief|
|Child G||No longer published||Published 15 October 2015|
|Young Person A||No longer published||Published 19 November 2015 (summary briefing)|
|Child O||No longer published||Published 4 March 2016|
|Child KG||Unpublished*||Published 6 October 2016:|
|Child LA||No longer published||Published 14 December 2016|
|Child LB||Delayed in publication**||Published 12 January 2017|
|Child LC||No longer published||Published 14 June 2017|
|Child LD||Delayed in publication**||Published 12 January 2017|
|Child LE||No longer published||Published 14 June 2017|
|Child LF||No longer published||Published 14 June 2017|
|Child LG||Published 24 April 2018||Published 14 June 2017|
|Child LH||No longer published||Published 14 June 2017|
|Child LI||Published 31 July 2018||Published 31 July 2018|
* Decision taken not to publish the overall report to protect the identity of the child and family.
** Overview reports are delayed in publication due to ongoing parallel proceedings.
Multi Agency Learning Reviews (MALR)
Under the Working Together (2015) guidance, LSCBs are advised to conduct reviews of cases which do not meet criteria for SCRs, but which provide valuable lessons about how organisations are working together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Although this is not a statutory requirement, such reviews are important in highlighting good practice as well as identifying improvements which need to be made to local services.
Learning briefs are available below to share the learning identified within reviews.
|MA||Published 27 June 2017|
Comparing methodologies for Case Reviews
In 2017, the Lancashire Safeguarding Boards commissioned an independent review of the methodolgies used in undertaking Serious Case Reviews and Safeguarding Adult Reviews. The purpose of the review was to evaluate the benefits and deficits of the Traditional and the Welsh model approach to reviews, in order to seek assurance that the Welsh model is the most effective approach moving forward.
The findings of this review can be found here: