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Caring for children and young people policy — Key information

Updated: 17 February 2017

Information about babysitting and overnight stays, maintaining family/whānau relationships, 'reasonable force', returning tamariki and rangatahi safely home, specialist placements for rangatahi with high needs, and working with tamariki and rangatahi who are placed in a provider placement, supervised group home or residence.

Babysitting and overnight stays: When children or young people are in care

Putting safety first: Is it ever okay to use 'reasonable force' against children and young people?

Returning children and young people safely home

Specialist placements for young people with high needs

Working with children and young people who are placed in a provider placement, supervised group home or residence