Missing from Home and Care

North Yorkshire County Council and North Yorkshire Police Joint Protocol V2

Agencies in North Yorkshire have agreed the steps that should be taken whenever a child or young person is reported as missing to the Police. The protocol outlines the offer of return interviews that will be made to all children on their return - whether this is a first or repeat event - and can be downloaded below.

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