Case Study Steven Hoskin

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I chose the case of Steven Hoskin. The serious case review by the Cornwall Adult Protection Committee looked at circumstances leading up to the brutal death of Steven Hoskin in July 2006. The review found more than 40 warnings and chances for intervention were missed by the agencies involved. It makes 17 recommendations for improving services in Cornwall. They include improving community safety with multi-agency conferences and information sharing, raising the understanding within local communities about vulnerable adults and restoring public confidence. Steven Hoskin, 38, of St Austell, was tortured and then taken to a viaduct and forced to hang from railings. Sarah Bullock, who stamped on his hands causing him to fall 100ft to his death,

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