These Regulations make provision about visiting requirements for children and young people who were looked after by a local authority but have ceased to be so as a result of being detained.
These Regulations impose a wide range of obligations on local authorities in England in relation to care planning for children who are looked after.
These Regulations establish a procedure for considering representations, including complaints, about the exercise of certain functions of local authorities in Wales in relation to children.
These Regulations establish a procedure for considering representations, including complaints, about the exercise of certain functions of local authorities in England in relation to children.
These Regulations set out a procedure for independent review of various adoption and fostering decisions taken by local authorities in Wales.
These Regulations regulate the provision of vouchers by local authorities in England and how they are to be used to access services for disabled children.
These Regulations control the way in which special guardianship support services are to be provided by local authorities in England.
These Regulations, together with section 25 of the Children Act 1989, control the use of secure accommodation as a placement for a looked-after child.
These Regulations set out how local authorities in Wales should go about reviewing the cases of children who are looked after by them. They also provide for the role of the Independent Reviewing Officer.
These Regulations allow Cafcass and Cafcass Cymru to bring court proceedings, such as a claim for judicial review of a local authority, following a referral by an independent reviewing officer.