[S3M-4911.2 (Amendment)] Decision Time — 24 Sep 2009 at 17:01
This looks like the vote on S3M-4911.2
The description in the bulletin on 2009-09-24 is:
*S3M-4911.2 Adam Ingram: Child Protection—As an amendment to motion (S3M-4911) in the name of Karen Whitefield, leave out from "notes" to end and insert "notes with concern the 23% of local authority child protection services in Scotland that scored weak or unsatisfactory in at least one of the reference quality indicators, reported in the Summary of Indicative Quality Indicator Results from HMIE Inspections, published on 17 September 2009; welcomes the fact that 77% of authorities have achieved positive child protection reports; recognises the immensely valuable contribution made by those professionals working in frontline child protection services; recognises that further improvement is necessary and will be informed by the second round of inspections now underway; looks forward to HMIE’s summary report that will provide the most comprehensive national picture of child protection that Scotland has ever had, which, taken together with the findings of the recent significant case review into the death of Brandon Muir, will feed into the national review of child protection guidance; encourages measures to address the increasing prevalence of substance misuse and its impact on children within the framework of Road to Recovery; encourages the promotion of the Getting it Right for Every Child approach, and looks forward to public consultation on the review of national child protection guidance that will address assessment of risk and information sharing for all children, including those suffering from parental substance misuse, domestic abuse and other risks to their safety and wellbeing." Supported by: Fiona Hyslop*
Text Introducing Division:
The next question is, that amendment S3M-4911.2, in the name of Adam Ingram, as amended, which seeks to amend motion S3M-4911, in the name of Karen Whitefield, be agreed to. Are we agreed?
There will be a division.
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