Each emergency visit would be connected via an NHS computer system under the
£8.6 million scheme, designed to help uncover abuse and neglect by revealing
patterns of even minor injuries suffered by children.
Ministers want all hospitals to be using the system by 2015.
It is part of a joined-up approach, which will also tie in records from
social services and other parts of the NHS, designed to prevent a repeat of
“terrible cases” of failures such as the deaths of Baby P and Victoria Climbie.
The scheme is designed to prevent a repeat of
“terrible cases” of failures such as the deaths of Baby P and Victoria
Doctors will be told they should ask questions if they see a pattern of
suspicious injuries, or if parents have been taking their children to many
Dan Poulter, the health minister, told The Times that it would “stop those
very devious parents who do abuse children from trying to pitch up at a number
of locations and trying to hoodwink medical professionals into thinking
everything’s all right when it’s not”.
Medical staff will also be able to see if the children they treat are subject
to a child protection plan or are being looked after - meaning they are already
identified as being at risk.
The plans were broadly welcomed by doctors though there were concerns it
could be scuppered by the health service’s dubious record on IT.
Dr Poulter said: “Doctors and nurses are often the first people to see
children who are victims of abuse.
“Up until now, it has been hard for frontline healthcare professionals to
know if a child is already listed as being at risk or if children have been
repeatedly seen in different emergency departments or urgent care centres with
suspicious injuries or complaints, which may indicate abuse.
“Providing instant access to that information means vulnerable and abused
children will be identified much more quickly - which will save lives.
“Baby P and Victoria Climbie were both shocking and tragic cases - we want to
do everything we can to stop them happening again. This is a huge leap forward
and will give the authorities a fighting chance of identifying abused children
The Department of Health said that at the moment it was difficult to tell if
children have frequently had urgent treatment, but this could be important for
spotting abuse, particularly if the child has suspicious injuries such as
bruising, scratches, bite marks and burns.
Dr Amanda Thomas, officer for child protection at the Royal College of
Paediatrics and Child Health, said: “This solution is a positive step and an
important part of the overall solution.
“The college has been involved with (the system) from an early stage and will
continue to work with the Department of Health to ensure it is introduced
effectively, integrates well with the working practices of NHS staff and makes
a genuine contribution to improving child protection practice.”
"The prime motivation for this is not to protect children (if, only),
it is to justify ever more children with loving parents being stolen by the
State - the very State with a grotesque record of abusing children in 'care' and
the covering up what happened - especially when it involves the rich and
Don't be fooled by the sales-pitch behind this 'scheme' - the State
wants control of all children and this is only another stepping-stone to that
end (see Aldous Huxley's Brave New World)."
The issue here is that the very workers who do good work protecting children who are really and truthfully neglected and abused, have to follow non-thought, non-common sense procedures for all cases for all parents. By simply taking your child to a Health professional for help or advice you will be labled as an abuser with the life destroyng stigma that it carries with it, you will also find that this information will be shared with your housing provider, your childs school teachers, nursery, and community groups, everyone will know you are an abuser because workers in these groups are not always as professional as they pretend to be, (I can not see a nursery assisstant on a training placement having the moral conviction not to spread juicey gossip about a parent they know... can you??). The procedures gaurentee that if you are to be subject to an allegation, then you will be found guilty, not in a court of law but in a secret meeting behind closed doors. These meetings do not need the same proof that the police do.
Whilst following procedures so that they are not fired, the social and health workers follow the instructions of those who wish to be big brother over all children, this is all driven by fear, fear of failing just one child. The reality is that if a child is subjected to the kind of involvment that follows they will be phycologically scarred for life, but the workers do not appreciate this as they are brainwashed into believing they are "playing it safe".
The next step is cameras in all homes to "prevent a tradegy". This will lead to every argument in your home being used in evidence against you, as it will be as admissable in court as CCTV footage. The latest TV's are already being shipped with cameras! and Microsoft Kinect is a camera which can sense and record you movements and is connected to the internet which government agencies can monitor.
The real plan for the world can be seen easily in Orwell's 1984 and Huxley's Brave new world. It is as if the books are being used as a template for the domination of human kind, and it is much easier to dominate if you start with the children whilst they are young, plunge society into poverty so that they have no means to fight back, and then keep them there with fear, anger and orwellian survielance.
The Machines are of , politic, media, laws and procedures, they are fuelled by fear, and carried on wheels made of the bodies of those who serve the machines. Those who drive the machines are those who know that they will never be fed to the machines, for they have armour made of wealth, power and political influence.
Rage against the machines