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New directions for child protection in Tasmania: An integrated Strategic Framework January 2008

Department of Health and Human Resources Tasmanian Government Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Tasmania 1 January 2008 Policy document community, social development

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New Directions for Child Protection in Tasmania: An Integrated Strategic Framework provides a platform for reform to the Child Protection and Family Services systems in Tasmania.
This report provides details of each of the three elements of reform of Child Protection system. The text is drawn from the reports provided by consultants KPMG, as commissioned by the Department of Health and Human Services in 2007, to undertake a review and development of potential reforms for the Tasmanian Child Protection, Family Services and Out of Home Care sectors.

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