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After section 14A of CA 2004 (LSCBs in England: annual reports) there is inserted—
(1)If a Local Safeguarding Children Board established under section 13 requests a person or body to supply information specified in the request to—
(a)the Board, or
(b)another person or body specified in the request,
the request must be complied with if the first and second conditions are met and either the third or the fourth condition is met.
(2)The first condition is that the request is made for the purpose of enabling or assisting the Board to perform its functions.
(3)The second condition is that the request is made to a person or body whose functions or activities are considered by the Board to be such that the person or body is likely to have information relevant to the exercise of a function by the Board.
(4)The third condition is that the information relates to—
(a)the person or body to whom the request is made,
(b)a function or activity of that person or body, or
(c)a person in respect of whom a function is exercisable, or an activity is engaged in, by that person or body.
(5)The fourth condition is that the information—
(a)is information requested by the Board from a person or body to whom information was supplied in compliance with another request under this section, and
(b)is the same as, or is derived from, information so supplied.
(6)The information may be used by the Board, or other person or body to whom it is supplied under subsection (1), only for the purpose of enabling or assisting the Board to perform its functions.
(7)A Local Safeguarding Children Board must have regard to any guidance given to it by the Secretary of State in connection with the exercise of its functions under this section.”
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