Tuesday, 18 June 2024

NSW encourages a meeting to enhance information sharing on child protection

The Queensland daycare worker was charged with 1,623 child abuse offenses, prompting the New South Wales government to call for an urgent meeting to strengthen information sharing across state law enforcement agencies.

The government‘s attempts to eliminate inadequacies in the child protection system were stressed by Premier Chris Minns.

Child protection

To increase child protection, the Premier of NSW is addressing weaknesses in the laws and system. To ensure secure and open data exchange, the minister for families and communities is in consultation with state and federal authorities.

To urge advancement on improved information exchange, the minister will immediately convene a conference of federal and state ministers.

  • Queensland daycare worker faces 1,623 child abuse charges.
  • Premier addresses child protection weaknesses and consults with authorities.
  • Education minister revises red flag procedures to prevent offenders’ movement.

To stop offenders from moving between the public and non-government sectors, education minister Prue Car is revising procedures for raising red flags in early childhood care and schools.

She will also collaborate with the independent and Catholic sectors. The police and law enforcement organizations involved in Operation Tenterfield were thanked by the premier.

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