Edlington Attacks

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26 Mar 2013 - Department for Education
This document is the formal response to Lord Carlile's report on the Edlington case. It is intended to prompt further debate and discussion of the challenges he sets for local authorities and central Government.
16 Nov 2012 - Department for Education
This independent review was announced on 29 March 2012 by the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Education. It was commissioned following the publication of the SCR overview report on the case of the 'J' children in Doncaster to review...
29 Mar 2012 - BBC News
A report into a brutal attack on two boys by two young brothers in South Yorkshire fails to provide answers, the education secretary has said. The boys, then nine and 11, were tortured by two brothers aged 10 and 11 in Edlington, near Doncaster, in...
29 Mar 2012 - BBC News
A report on an attack on two boys in South Yorkshire is insufficient and a further review is needed, the education secretary says. The boys, then nine and 11, were tortured by two brothers aged 10 and 11 in Edlington, near Doncaster, in 2009. The...
29 Mar 2012 - Department for Education
This document contains the redacted Serious Case Review overview report relating to the 'J' children. This overview report was written by an independent author commissioned by Doncaster Local Safeguarding Children Board. It was published on 29 March...
18 Jan 2011 - Community Care
Up to 10 staff members, including social care practitioners, who worked with the two brothers jailed for torturing two younger children near Edlington could lose their jobs, Doncaster Council has confirmed. The staff are subject to an independent...
01 Jul 2010 - BBC News
The new chief executive of Doncaster Council has vowed to turn the troubled authority around "once and for all". Rob Vincent, who takes up his role on Thursday, was appointed by the government after the Audit Commission found the council...
06 May 2010 - Times
Two young brothers who sadistically attacked, sexually humiliated and tortured two children failed yesterday in an attempt to have their jail sentences reduced. The pair were aged 10 and 11 when they robbed and stripped their victims before punching...
05 May 2010 - BBC News
Two brothers who subjected two young boys to prolonged torture are to appeal against their sentences. The brothers, aged 10 and 11 at the time of the 2009 attack, were detained indefinitely in January and told they would serve a minimum of five...