Cafcass policies/powers to invalidate NHS specialist medical professional guidance

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Dear Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service,

Please provide me with the Cafcass policies and procedures that allow the Cafcass CST to deny/invalidate NHS Specialist Medical guidelines or deny/invalidate NHS medical specialist definitions of diagnosis ?

Does the Cafcass CST have a policy where they have special measures or power in law to refute/invalidate NHS specialist medical guidelines or deny NHS medical specialists definitions of diagnosis ?

Yours faithfully,

Victoria Soeder

Governance, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

Dear Ms Soeder,

Thank you for your email. Please accept this as a formal acknowledgement of your Freedom of Information request received on 21 12 2018.

Your reference number is CAF 18-172.

We aim to respond to you promptly, and at the latest 20 working days from receipt of your request. You will therefore receive a response on or before 15 01 2019.

Kind regards,

Governance Team | Cafcass
 [CAFCASS request email] |  www.cafcass.gov.uk

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Governance, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

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Dear Ms Soeder,

 

Thank you for your email. Please find attached our response to your
Freedom of information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

 

 

 

Cafcass email addresses have changed to end in @cafcass.gov.uk. Please
ensure you update your address book. For more information on this change
please see our  [4]website

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Dear Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service's handling of my FOI request 'Cafcass policies/powers to invalidate NHS specialist medical professional guidance'.

I am dissatisfied with your response. In real terms Cafcass do in fact “redefine” NHS specialist medical guidance therefore your practice ‘must’ match up to some policy or procedure therefore I believe Cafcass must hold information that affords them to redefine medical symptoms.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/c...

Yours faithfully,

Victoria Soeder

Governance, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

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Dear Ms Soeder,

 

Thank you for your email which let us know that you were unhappy with the
decision made in the FOI response of CAF 18-172 and requested a review of
the decision.

 

This  email serves to acknowledge that your request was received on 10
January 2019 and will be dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.

 

A Senior Officer who was not party to the original decision on whether to
release the information will conduct the internal review. An internal
review involves a review of the decision on disclosure in the original
response and the way in which the request was handled. The internal
reviewer can either uphold or overturn the original decision.

 

Cafcass will notify you as to the final decision made regarding your
internal review 20 working days from receipt of your request.  You will
therefore receive a response on or before 06 February 2019.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

 

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Governance, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

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Dear Ms Soeder,

 

Thank you for your email.  Please find attached our response to your
request for an internal review of your Freedom of Information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cafcass email addresses have changed to end in @cafcass.gov.uk. Please
ensure you update your address book. For more information on this change
please see our  [4]website

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