Joanne Louise Wilde

Profession: Social worker

Registration Number: SW70638

Hearing Type: Final Hearing

Date and Time of hearing: 09:00 23/04/2018 End: 16:00 27/04/2018

Location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service (HCPTS), 405 Kennington Road, London, SE11 4PT

Panel: Conduct and Competence Committee
Outcome: Adjourned part heard

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Allegation

Whilst employed as a social worker at Nottinghamshire County Council, you:

1. In relation to Case D, between the dates of February and May 2015, did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete child in need visits at the agreed intervals, which were set out in supervision;
d. complete a child in need visit at child’s own house;
e. complete a chronology of the case.

2. In relation to Case E, between the dates of February and May 2015, did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete child in need visits at the agreed intervals, which were set out in supervision;
d. complete a chronology of the case.

3. In relation to Case I, did not:
a. between the dates of November 2014 and September 2015
i. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
ii. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
iii. complete an initial assessment in a timely manner;
iv. complete a child in need plan;
b. hold a child in need review meeting between January and February 2015.

4. In relation to Case J, between the dates of December 2014 and October 2015, did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete child in need visits at the agreed intervals, which were set out in supervision;
d. verify whether a written agreement was being complied with by the parents.

5. In relation to Case K, between the dates of August 2014 and October 2015 did not
a. consistently complete written records of your visits and/or did not complete them in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete child protection visits at the required intervals;
d. complete parenting assessments in a timely manner;
e. complete a record of a core group meeting in a timely manner;
f. complete a referral form for Women’s Aid;
g. consistently arrange and/or complete core group meetings.

6. In relation to Case L, between the dates of October 2015 and February 2016, did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. complete a looked after child visit at the agreed interval as set out in supervision;
d. hold a child in need review meeting in a timely manner;
e. complete a detailed and/or accurate looked after child review report.

7. In relation to Case M, between the dates of October 2015 and April 2016 did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits and/or did not complete them in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete child in need visits at the agreed intervals, which were set out in supervision;
d. consistently complete records of your contact with multi-agency professionals;
e. a child in need plan in full.

8. In relation to Case N, between the dates of November 2015 and February 2016 did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete child in need visits at the agreed intervals, which were set out in supervision;
d. consistently complete records of core group meetings in a timely manner.

9. In relation to Case R, between the dates of October 2015 and April 2016 did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete looked after child visits at the agreed intervals as set out in supervision;
d. hold a child in need review meeting in a timely manner.

10. In relation to Case V, between the dates of October 2015 and April 2016 did not:
a. consistently complete written records of your visits in a timely manner;
b. consistently complete detailed records of your visits;
c. consistently complete looked after child visits at the required intervals.

11. The matters set out in paragraphs 1 - 10 constitute misconduct and/or lack of competence.

12. By reason of your misconduct and/or lack of competence your fitness to practise is impaired.

Finding

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Order

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Notes

This hearing adjourned, part heard. The date for the reconvened hearing is 30 and 31 August 2018.

Hearing History

History of Hearings for Joanne Louise Wilde

Date Panel Hearing type Outcomes / Status
23/04/2018 Conduct and Competence Committee Final Hearing Adjourned part heard