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Councils must improve records of missing children

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Post  Faith on Thu Jul 16, 2009 4:35 pm

Children & Young People Now
Councils must improve records of missing children
By Janaki Mahadevan
Children & Young People Now
15 July 2009

http://www.cypnow.co.uk/news/ByDiscipline/Social-Care/login/920206/
Local authorities need to improve the way they record the number of children that go missing from care and care homes, a residential childcare expert has warned.
Normal 0 Figures recently released in the House of Commons Library are unreliable and do not give a clear picture of the problem, according to Jonathan Stanley, manager of the National Centre for Excellence in Residential Childcare. The records, which show a local authority breakdown of the number of children that go missing from care homes, are published along with the proviso that "the numbers should be treated with caution".

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