THE BACKGROUND TO THE ENQUIRY PROCESS.
Enquiries and Investigations: The Policy Context (D. Platt).
Enquiries into Allegations: A Black Perspective (M. Phillips & J. Butt).
Children with Disabilities and Special Needs: Current Issues and Concerns for Child Protection Procedures (P. Russell).
TOWARDS PARTNERSHIP WITH FAMILIES.
Building Trust with Families when Making Enquiries (D. Shemmings & Y. Shemmings).
Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect: Are Parents' Views Important? (H. Cleaver & P. Freeman).
Partnership from the Child's Perspective (M. Davies, et al.).
THE ENQUIRY IN PROGRESS.
Child Abuse Referrals: What? Why? and How? (D. Cooper).
Categorising Referrals about Children: Child Protection or Child Welfare? (D. Thorpe).
Planning an Enquiry into Allegations of Child Abuse and Neglect (L. Burns & T. Young).
The Potential for Recorded Agreements (D. Platt & T. Burns).
Interviewing Children (W. Rogers).
Medical Examinations (J. Welbury).
Evaluating the Evidence (C. Wattam).
Conclusion: Does It Ever End? (D. Platt).