This part of the judgment shows that the rigorous analysis required in light of Re B-S applies not only to care procedures, but also to cases where a custody order has been issued and the child resides with his or her parents (this is an essential feature of long-term care planning for children). A municipality cannot simply decide to abduct a child without being able to fully justify it in accordance with the principles set out in Re B-S, Re B and Re L-A; There must be a detailed analysis that analyzes all possible accommodation options and justifies a full deportation on the grounds that the safety of the child requires an immediate separation from the parents. Any local authority that withdraws a child from institutionalization under a child custody order and does not indicate the degree of assessment and analysis required for removal may be confronted, at the first hearing of a discharge application, with a termination action under the Human Rights Act. For every child subjected to an ongoing invention with Child Safety, a case plan is developed, including children and adolescents, who alt aerthein. The primary objective of a case plan is to ensure that the child`s needs for safety, belonging and well-being are met. The placement may only take place after the agreement of the designated officer and the establishment of the placement plan, unless specified in Section 2, Immediate Investments. The reasons for the decision to place a child on this basis must be fully identified, signed by the designated manager and recorded in the child`s case registry. In these circumstances, the care plan must be changed at the time or within 7 days of intermediation. The designated manager decides whether the placement with the parents should be continued or whether another agreement is in the best interests of the child. This decision is recorded on the child`s data set.
Any changes to the placement should be discussed with the independent comptroller to decide whether the date of the next review should be advanced. Experiences learnedThe first thing any doctor who represents a parent should do in a foster care order in the event of a child`s removal is to ensure that the local authority has followed the correct process. Except in emergency situations, parents should have had 14 days` notice and a full analysis should be carried out, ideally in the assessment format (Munby J in G`s comments specifically address the justification of distance, preferably in writing), indicating the need for distance according to the relevant authorities (Re B B-S). In any event, where an application for discharge is made on behalf of a parent, it is also appropriate to consider whether an application for omission under section 8 of the Human Rights Act is made in an attempt to prevent removal before the court has had an opportunity to fully consider the discharge application; this then gives the Tribunal the opportunity to bring the injunction case, if any, for a contentious referral hearing concerning the motion for termination.