HOLBROOK KILLINGS: Serious case review critical of ‘information sharing’

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A serious case review in into the deaths of toddler Auden Slack, his mother Rachael Slack and father Andrew Cairns revealed the tragic events of June 2, 2010, ‘could not have been predicted’.

But the 76 page document published today highlighted there was need for serious improvement in the way police, social services and health providers dealt with those at risk of domestic violence at the time of the Holbrook stabbings.

The Derbyshire Safeguarding children Board is unveiling a Serious case review. Reporter Paul Lynch interviews members of the nhs.

The Derbyshire Safeguarding children Board is unveiling a Serious case review. Reporter Paul Lynch interviews members of the nhs.

The review, conducted by the Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board (DSCB) was launched in 2010 and has already seen several measures adopted by all the agencies who had direct contact with Marehay man Mr Cairns in the run up to June 2, of that year.

 

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