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Child care work under the 1948 Children Act The 1948 Children Act was greatly influenced by the findings of the Curtis Committee and paid little attention specifically to child abuse. In the period following its implementation, however, there were some significant developments on the child abuse front. In 1950 a joint circular was issued to local authorities, proposing the setting up of coordinating committees for overseeing `problem family' cases that were being visited by a wide range of departments (Home Office 1950).
Child abuse work 1975±85 For the remainder of the 1970s the pressure to create a more effective detection, investigation and monitoring system for child abuse continued unabated. From 1973 to 1981 there were 26 inquiries into the deaths and serious abuse of children in Britain caused by their carers (Corby et al. 2001). In almost all these cases, various health and welfare agencies were already involved, often in a statutory capacity (Department of Health and Social Security 1982). Mainly by means of advice and circulars from the Department of Health and Social Security, considerable effort was made to incorporate lessons from these inquiries into the structure of practice.
Although the impact of this Act was very limited, at least incest was officially recognised as a crime and this in turn created the potential for more effective intervention, given the will to intercede. Protecting children within the family As can be seen, there were considerable shifts in thinking about state intervention into family life between 1870 and 1914. I have focused on the child protection aspects, but one could look at a range of other areas, such as education, working conditions and health, and see similar developments taking place.