Author: Professor Brian Littlechild, University of Hertfordshire
Publication Date: 26 July 2013
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Quick links Introduction What do we mean by professional dangerousness? Key issues from analyses of child abuse death serious case reviews (SCRs) The rule of optimism: Issues of care, control and focus Effects of aggression and violence in child protection work: Fear and avoidance Openness and honesty with parents “Dangerous workers” The dangerous effects on […]
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