Practice Reviews / SUSR

Child Practice Reviews

The criteria for child/adult practice reviews are laid down in the Safeguarding Boards (Functions and Procedures) (Wales) Regulations 2015. The arrangements came into force from 6 April 2016. The purpose of a review is to identify learning for future practice. It involves practitioners, managers and senior officers in exploring the detail and context of agencies’ work with a child and family.

More information can be found here and a report form here

Adult Practice Reviews

Safeguarding Adult Practice Reviews are carried out on behalf of the North Wales Safeguarding Adults Board. They are a way for all partner agencies to identify the lessons that can be learned from particularly complex or difficult Safeguarding Adults cases and to implement changes to improve services in the light of these lessons.

More information can be found here and a report form here

Forms should then be submitted via the Safeguarding Board Business Unit:

Reports,Guidance, Protocols and other information: