Why Can’t the Police Keep Working With us to Support the Runaways?

The Police recently announced a change in approach when children are reported missing especially, where children are in care.  An article published by the Guardian says:

…A radical new approach was being unveiled to target investigations on those at risk instead of responding to every call-out. Do You Care? Read on

two children: on e ties the other's shoelaces

Standard Care or Standard of Care?

This item is a follow-on to the previous Neighbourgood Post.  I tried to make the point that providing care and support is a complex matter and subject to a wide range of influencing factors that complicate, define or explain the caring relationship.  It’s true that people provide and need care for many different reasons and it probably is the case that the standard of care will be determined in some way by many factors.  Here, I’m following on from that to consider whether there is a single, sufficient way to define a standard care that will deliver a satisfactory standard of care.  Oh and by the way, I just noticed this post in my list of drafts.  I thought that I had posted it so, part three is here! Do You Care? Read on