Suffolk County Council

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Please could you provide copies of your policies and procedures for reported incidents of parental alienation.

Suffolk County Council does not have specific policies and procedures for incidents of parental alienation.

Please confirm whether you provide or recommend any specific parental alienation CPD learning or development for your children’s services employees.

Suffolk County Council does not provide specific parental alienation learning or training.

As part of the parenting programme offer within Children’s Services we offer a 5-week group programme called Triple P Family Transitions for parents going through divorce and separation; this supports parents with managing their feelings, recognising the impact of these on their children, and established more positive co-parenting relationships with their ex-partners. More information can be found on www.suffolk.gov.uk/theparenthub.

Please provide copies of your policies and procedures that address onward referrals of cases that involve emotional abuse to children

Please use the link below to access the requested information.

http://suffolkscb.org.uk/safeguarding-topics/neglect/

Please provide copies of your safe guarding policy for children referred to you, your Local Safeguarding Board, or your Children’s Services teams

Please use the link below to access the requested information.

http://suffolkscb.org.uk/working-with-children/policies-guidance-and-protocols/

 

In a Family Law system designed for combative parents there is no real allowance for the views of children and any understanding of how Family Law ultimately impacts on children most of all.

We speak for the children in Family Law so that, finally, the children have a voice.

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