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Out of area placements of looked after children

When a local authority places a child, which it is responsible for looking after, within Staffordshire, regardless of the type of placement, they should notify us about the placement and provide us with certain information.

Please complete the form below.

Placement form

The form below is to be used by other Local Authorities placing a young person in Staffordshire.

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