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Children Services Abuse:
Letter from the GSCC 17/04/2012
20 April 2012
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On 18 April 2012 Dave received a letter from the GSCC.  it had been sent Special Delivery which is guaranteed next day delivery and costs considerably more than a second class stamp.  What it contained was a bizarre sequence of words which amounted to the closure of the (pretend?) investigation into Dave's complaints.

Dave said this reminded him of the collapse of the German culture just prior to the Second World War.  The reason being that the GSCC is supposed to be monitoring and maintaining the "professional" standards of social workers and yet this letter clearly indicates that they have zero intent to actually consider events.  They are solely there to refute any charges against social workers.  It seems that if a child had been killed they may be "forced" to look as if they were investigating but less than that and they are content to discard any complaint with pretentious polite comments.

17 April 2012
GSCC logo General
Social Care
Private and Confidential
Mr Dave Hook
80 Haslet Road

Direct line: 

Skipton House
80 London Road
London SE1 6LH

Telephone: 020 7397 5100

Stella Bartlett
0207 397 5180
Linked cases 0123456, 0123456

Dear Mr Hook,

RE: Damon Markham
Obelix Mahjong
Petra Brookson
SCR: 0123456
SCR: 0123456
SCR: 0123456

Thank you for taking the time to inform us about the concerns you have about Mr
Markham, Ms Mahjong and Ms Brookson. I am writing to let you know that after careful
consideration we have decided to close the case.

Your referral concerning the above social workers related to

1.   the initial assessments and core assessments they carried out on your daughter
and you assert that core assessments produced by the Social Workers were
'faked' and
2.   that the Social Workers did not respond in a timely manner to your

When we consider a case we first look at whether the information we have received
amounts to a complaint as defined in our rules. The information should relate to an
identifiable Registrant and make a specific allegation or allegations of misconduct
against that Registrant. Misconduct is defined in our Rules as conduct which calls into
question the suitability of a Registrant to remain on the register. A copy of our rules is
available on our website at:

We have now assessed the information you provided and we do not believe that it
amounts to a complaint that we can pursue because there is no evidence to
substantiate the allegations regarding the falsification of the core assessment. The
issue of whether responses to you were timely is not a matter that would bring into
question the suitability of a Registrant to remain on the register.

We appreciate that this may not be the outcome you were hoping for but if you have
any concerns regarding the level of service you received from Children's Services in
the Local Authority involved, you may wish to contact OFSTED who may be able to
advise you on this matter. OFSTED can be contacted on 0300 123 1231 or at

We will retain the information regarding the referral on file and may include it as part
of a future investigation if this is appropriate. We will treat this information as

You may be aware that our functions will be transferred to the Health Professions
Council (HPC) on 31 July 2012. The HPC will then decide if this information will
continue to be retained.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can be of further assistance or you have any

Yours sincerely
Stella Bartlett's signature
Stella Bartlett
Investigating Officer

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