Fife child protection services told to make further improvements as region addresses failings over killings

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Children’s services in Fife must improve their response when families are affected by the “toxic trio” of domestic abuse, mental ill-health and substance misuse, an investigation has found. The post Fife child protection services told to make further improvements as region addresses failings over killings appeared first onThe Courier .
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