Child protection examinations

Key points

  • Get consent or other legal authorisation to carry out a child protection examination.
  • Make sure the person giving consent understands the purpose of the examination, what it will involve and how the results of the examination might be used.
  • Respect a child’s or young person’s decision to refuse an examination.
  • Avoid repeated examinations of a child or young person. 

 

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