In from significant harm. Children and their

In situations where harm or abuse is suspected or alleged the initial step should be to protect the child or young person by removing them from the environment where the abuse has occurred or occurring. Children and Young people have the right under The Children’s Act 1989 and Human Rights Act 1998 to be protected from significant harm.
Children and their parents/carers have the right to privacy and for their personal sensitive details been held confidentially under The Data Protection Act 1998. The act provides guidelines on the safe processing and sharing of confidential details. Under the act consent of the individual, for their information to be used needs to be given by their legal adviser, if under the age of 16.

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