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Updated NYSCP Practice Guidance & One Minute Guides

In line with our transition from a Board to a Partnership and refreshed website, we have undertaken a brief updating exercise to the majority of our Practice Guidances and have:

– Updated the front covers
– Replaced any previous NYSCB / Board terminology to NYSCP / Partnership
– Ensured links within the documents are working
– Replaced any obvious out of date legislation 

This is an interim measure, and there will be a more substantial review and update of the guidances come February 2020 when we adopt the nationally recognised Tri.X templates.

As with our Practice Guidances, our One Minute Guides are also being updated. The updates so far include updated One Minute Guides on Private Fostering, Child Death Review Process, CDOP Joint Agency Response, MACE Lv.1 & Lv.2 alongside a host of additional guides.

To access our Practice Guidance and One Minutes Guides visit the professionals section on the NYSCP website here

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