Ayeeshia-Jayne Smith death: Social workers ‘missed danger signs’

Social workers missed signs of danger around a toddler who was stamped to death and focused too much on the condition of the mother who killed her, a serious case review has found.

Ayeeshia-Jayne Smith was murdered by her mother Kathryn Smith in May 2014.

The serious case review by the Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board says professionals should have been more “inquisitive”.

However, the report said the girl’s death could not have been predicted.

Read on… http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-41151166

Previously: Ayesha & Derbyshire Serious Case Review

and: Where are they now – Jane Parfrement

2 thoughts on “Ayeeshia-Jayne Smith death: Social workers ‘missed danger signs’

    • Davey Lamp.

      Welcome to the new boss, the same as the old boss.

      https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/rotherhampolitics.wordpress.com/2016/04/12/ayesha-derbyshire-serious-case-review/amp/

      Lessons learned?

      Murder of Victoria Climbié In 2000 in London, an eight-year-old Ivorian girl, Victoria Adjo Climbié (2 November 1991 – 25 February 2000), was tortured and murdered by her guardians. Her death led to a public inquiry and produced major changes in child protection policies in the United Kingdom. Wikipedia

      The same protection policies that should have saved the sexually exploited children in Rotherham.

      Jay dismissed child safeguarding policies to, ‘no one checked to see if they were any good’, that shows us the level of incompetence of social services.

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