TUSLA (Irish State Agency) criticised for delays in reporting abuse cases

The Irish Quality Agency (HIQA) has criticised the agency responsible for managing allegations of abuse in Ireland. It found that fewer than half of the cases of suspected child abuse in the South Dublin area had been reported to the Gardai (Irish police) in a timely manner.

It also found that children identified as at risk were not receiving regular home visits from social workers with gaps of six weeks or more recorded.

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