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Cafcass publishes Strategic Delivery Priorities

Cafcass has published its strategic delivery priorities which will implement the Cafcass Strategic Plan – published in September 2019.

  • The strategic delivery priorities provide a more detailed view of the work Cafcass is currently prioritising to develop and improve its service for children, their families, and its services to the courts. The priorities all support three key themes:

    • Developing better relationships in everything Cafcass does; investing in collaborative relationships: with children and families, colleagues, and partners.
    • Further strengthening professional judgement to improve outcomes; creating an environment where Cafcass colleagues can exercise professional judgement and are accountable for the difference made.
    • Building on our strengths through the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.

    Read the full article here: Cafcass

News, published: 26/03/2021


Published: 26/03/2021

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