Following a report that identified weaknesses in children's services delivered in Dumfries and Galloway, a new Chair will be appointed to the Child Protection committee.
An inspection report, published today on children's services in Dumfries and Galloway, has identified 'a number of unacceptable weaknesses'.
This report follows an inspection led by the Care Inspectorate into Dumfries and Galloway’s multi agency approach to children’s services.
Today's report looked at services for families and young people delivered by the Community planning partnership, which is made up of Council, NHS, Police Scotland and the Third Sector.
A report has highlighted major failings in the care of vulnerable children in Cumbria. Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission found that 4 out of 18 areas they examined were inadequate.