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Court demands explanation on Child Care E-mail

ImageDEN HAAG (ANP) - The Lower House demanding urgent clarification from Minister Andre Rouvoet (Youth and Family) on the supervision of the Council for the Child.


The Youth Care Inspectorate for the examination finds that the Board inadequately supervising the safety of children who are placed back in difficulty. The inspection report presented Monday to Minister Rouvoet.

The CDA wants to discuss the issue Tuesday in the oral question time in the Room, with the PvdA wants an emergency debate. The situation in the Child added to the recent problems with youth in Amsterdam and the increasing pressure on family guardians that PvdA-large House member Samira Bouchibti are worried. ,, What should happen soon, because this situation is unacceptable.''

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According to the inspection was not clear what criteria the board review the safety of families. A family guardian decides about that, but the board must review such a decision independently. The Board decisions to get a child back home to let go too late or not submitted.

The report explains some of the responsibility also to the youth welfare offices, a business too late to submit to the board and too little substantive information about the files provide.

The Council for the Child came under fire in 2004 to lie after the death of the toddler Savanna from Alphen. The child died after abuse by her mother and stepfather.

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