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Avoiding delay in Children Act cases

Margaret Booth

Avoiding delay in Children Act cases

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Published by [s.n.] in [s.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dame Margaret Booth.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18551989M

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Avoiding delay in Children Act cases by Margaret Booth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Report of a research project into delay in public law Children Act cases, which aimed to evaluate the current operation of the court process in care cases to establish the causes of delay; and to suggest improvements to procedures to eradicate avoidable delay. Begins by examining the working of care centres and their procedures.

Moves on to place their work in the wider context of family. The report, Avoiding Delay in Children Act Cases, looks at the current practices and procedures in public law Children Act cases and suggests ways of reducing avoidable delay in the system.

The report concludes that in many areas of the country the principles of the Children Act, with its emphasis on interdisciplinary communication, are working. Booth, Dame M. () Avoiding Delay in Children Act Cases, London, Lord Chancellor's Department.

This piece or a research by a senior judge looked specifically at the causes ot delay in public law Children Act cases and involved the author visiting 29 of the 51 care centres in England and Wales and distributing questionnaires to the remainder.

Despite the existence of strong laws, crimes against children in the state are rampant, while on the other hand the conviction rate in such cases remains low. There have been many instances where an accused charged under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act managed to evade harsher punishment because of legal loopholes.

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“Frank Partnoy turns conventional wisdom on its head with this counterintuitive approach to decision-making. Rather than telling us how to make decisions faster and faster, he mines and refines a rich lode of information from experts in a surprising variety of fields to demonstrate the power of delay, whether measured in milliseconds, days, or by: An Act to reform the law relating to children; to provide for local authority services for children in need and others; to amend the law with respect to children’s homes, community homes, voluntary homes and voluntary organisations; to make provision with respect to fostering, child minding and day care for young children and adoption; and for connected purposes.

The scandal, however, is nationwide. In Los Angeles, there is a backlog of 72, cases with a wait of 5 years to get to trial;4 in Detroit, 3½ years, the Bronx of New York City, about 4 years, to cite only a few. The delay is so catastrophic that were it not for the contingent. Wait is a book about the times when delay is good.

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It typically involves keeping a certain distance from others (the distance. Section 1 of the Children Act (CA) sets out three general principles: the welfare of the child is paramount, delay is likely to prejudice the welfare of the child, and the court shall not make an order unless to do so would be better for the child than making no order (the 'no order' principle).

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The prevailing wisdom, embedded in policy and the literature, is that delay in care cases is bad for the child and may jeopardize his or her by:   Six month delay in giving judgment (appeal point) Posted on J by suesspiciousminds Long standing (or should that be ‘suffering’) readers will be familiar with the law that care proceedings are to be concluded within 26 weeks, as a result of the much beloved [sorry, that just broke my sarcasm filter] Children and Families Act   The conflict style profiles developed by Kenneth W.

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