The placement agreement should be entered into through a reference interview in which you, the Child Safety Officer and your care and kinship employee participate. The mediation agreement is reviewed regularly, at least every 6 months. All caregivers and family caregivers should have a written copy of a placement agreement for each child in their care. Under normal circumstances, the placement of the child with his or her parents should be part of the care plan, upon recommendation of a supervised examination. However, if the child has already suffered significant harm while living with his or her parent and is still the subject of a child protection plan, the placement can only be approved on the recommendation of a child protection review conference. This section of the judgment clarifies that the rigorous analysis required in light of Re B-S applies not only to care procedures, but also to cases where a management order has been issued and the child lives with the parents (this is an essential feature of “total” long-term care planning for children). A local authority cannot simply take a decision on the removal of a child without being able to give full reasons in accordance with the principles set out in sections Re B-S, Re B and Re L-A; It is necessary to carry out a detailed analysis, weighing all possible placement options and fully justifying the removal, since the safety of the child requires immediate separation from the parents. Any local authority that removes a child from a home under a care order and fails to demonstrate the required level of assessment and analysis leading to expulsion may be subject to an injunction under human rights law at the first hearing of an application for release. The management of the internship should aim to improve the role of parents and support family relationships for this purpose. Supervised examination protocols recommending the placement of the child may be used as a written record of the consultation with those present. Placement may only be made after the nominating officer`s approval has been granted and the placement plan has been established, except as set out in Section 2, Immediate Placements. A reference agreement is an important written document between Child Safety and you, the child`s caregiver, about caring for a child.
Its purpose is to provide you with the information you need about the child and plan together to meet the child`s needs. Placement agreement: If a series of short-term internships are part of a longer-term rehabilitation plan, further advice and approvals must be obtained before the rehabilitation plan is extended or the child is returned to the parent`s full-time care. The child`s social worker will inform all family members who have been consulted and involved in the placement decision-making process, as well as all persons involved in the daily arrangements for the child, including the school and all health professionals or yoT staff who are actively involved with the child. Michael Jones, Barrister, 15 Winckley Square ChambersThe Re B and Re B-S effectThe decisions in Re B  UKSC 33 and Re B-S (Children)  EWCA Civ 1146 have a massive impact on local authorities` long-term care planning. . . .