CAFCASS publishes operating priorities until March 2010

by McKenzie on October 14, 2009

in CAFCASS Public Documents,England and Wales Family Law

Supposed to reduce the backlog and balance the budget. In reality this could be the beginning of the end for CAFCASS as a reporting body within the courts in private law cases, as cutting services to save money will store up trouble for itself in the future under Labour; and should the Tories form the next government it could be part-privatisation or more for this failing body.

If I were involved in NYAS I would be working on a  business plan to present to government that would make CAFCASS’ position untenable.

My only caveat is that anyone from CAFCASS or Social Services who applies for a job with NYAS has to be interviewed by a panel of stakeholders with the officer’s case files being examined at length by the stakeholders before any appointment is contemplated, never mind confirmed. A five day interview process, all video recorded should suffice.

Oh and wet sponges and stocks…

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