The quality of social work in Sheffield is ‘too variable’ and some children do not get support soon enough, according to Ofsted inspectors. The education watchdog has visited Sheffield Council’s children’s services department for a second time after a internal review in 2017 found ‘inconsistent’ social work practice and management oversight, which was resulting in ‘ineffective support to improve children’s lives’. The first visit in April found that responses to safeguarding issues and request for families were timely and thorough. The second visit in October was to help the council continue to improve on its work.READ MORE: Sheffield councillor suspended for sending inappropriate photo to women’s group during council meetingInspectors looked at the authority’s arrangements for children in need and those subject to a child protection plan, with specific focus on children on the edge of care. They … [Read more...] about Inspectors find standards of Sheffield’s social work is improving but still inconsistent
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Mollie Tibbetts’ suspected killer was verified as a legal worker, even though he is an illegal immigrant, says his employer, who is the owner of a dairy farm in Brooklyn, Iowa. According to the Des Moines Register newspaper: In a statement Tuesday night, Dane Lang, of Yarrabee Farms, said Rivera was an “employee in good standing” and was “shocked to hear” Rivera was implicated. Dane Lang is related to Craig Lang, the former president of both the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and the Iowa Board of Regents and a 2018 Republican candidate for state secretary of agriculture. Documents immediately reviewed by the Des Moines Register listed several owners of Yarrabee Farms, including Dane Lang and Eric Lang, Craig’s brother. In the statement, Dane Lang said Rivera worked for Yarrabee Farms for four years and passed the government’s vetting process. Investigators visited the farm Monday to speak with employees. However, law … [Read more...] about Tibbetts Suspect Worked at Local Dairy Farm
close Video Trump campaign: Omarosa breached confidentiality agreement Where does the President Trump's feud with fired White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman go from here? Insight from criminal defense attorney Bob Bianchi. Even if you strongly oppose President Trump and want to see him defeated in 2020 or impeached before then, you should hope his presidential campaign succeeds with its legal action against Omarosa Manigault Newman alleging she violated a nondisclosure agreement. And if she broke any laws you should want her prosecuted. Manigault Newman – a fired presidential aide and earlier a member of the Trump campaign staff – has set a dangerous precedent by her secret recording of conversations with President Trump and White House and campaign aides. The New York Times reported Thursday that Manigault Newman “is believed to have as many as 200” recordings of such conversations. If Manigault Newman suffers no penalty for making her … [Read more...] about Omarosa acted dishonorably by recording confidential White House conversations – but here’s the bigger problem
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He cracked jokes, complimented the professional demeanor of an air traffic controller and apologized for making a fuss. But the friendly tone of a 29-year-old airport worker who stole a commercial plane Friday night, performing acrobatic stunts before the fatal plunge into a thick island forest, belied his desperate actions. "I think I'm going to try to do a barrel roll, and if that goes good I'll go nose down and call it a night," Richard Russell said from the cockpit, according to a recording of his conversation with the controller. The Pierce County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed Sunday that Russell had died in the fiery wreckage, but whether the crash was deliberate or accidental was one of several topics remaining for investigators. Cooler Weather Helps Crews Fight Southern California's Holy Fire Others include how, nearly 17 years after the 9/11 attack, someone can simply take a passenger plane from a major U.S. airport without authorization. The Seattle FBI office … [Read more...] about FBI Finds Data Recorder From Plane Taken for Fatal Ride