Child Protection - Families and Children (1.9.2015)

Written on the 16 September 2015

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Brimbank Melton area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Central Highlands area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Barwon area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Western District area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Bayside Peninsula area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Southern Melbourne area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Inner Gippsland area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.


 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Outer Gippsland area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Inner Eastern Melbourne area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children:

How many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Outer Eastern Melbourne area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children: how many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Goulburn area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children: how many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Goulburn area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children: how many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Ovens Murray area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children: how many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the North Eastern Melbourne area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children: how many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Hume Moreland area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children: how many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Loddon area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

MS CROZIER To ask the Minister for Families and Children: how many children in child protection were not allocated to a child protection worker in the Mallee area as at 1 December 2014.

ANSWER:

I am informed that:

The number of children in child protection not allocated to a child protection worker increased between June 2011 and 1 December 2014 across Victoria.

Whilst the previous Government failed to adequately respond to this, the Andrews Government's first budget resources an additional 148.8 FTE workers in child protection to meet the impact of the 10 000 additional reports forecast for 2015-16 the largest ever single increase to the number of child protection positions.

These significant improvements will give the Department a greater capacity to respond to the increasing number of children being reported to child protection, to investigate reports where required and to provide longer term intervention and support where necessary.

As has been the case for many years, the figures for unallocated cases in 2014-15 will be published in this year's Department of Health & Human Services annual report.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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