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SPEED
40 /100
Last Update : 2015-11-04 Check Again
  • Title Tag :

    The title tag of your web page has 136 characters. Best number is between 50-60 characters for most search engines.

    » Child Protection Resource | Collecting information, resources and support for everyone involved in the child protection system in the UK

  • Meta Description :

    Meta Description of your web site has length of 0 characters. There is no limit for Meta Desciription Lenght but search engines usally don’t show longer than 160 caharacters. You should keep between 150-160 characters.

  • Meta Keywords :

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    • » 155 times : reply
    • » 54 times : sarah phillimore
    • » 19 times : phillimoresarah
    • » 17 times : 3 topics
    • » 15 times : andrew tilley
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  • Main Pages :
    • skip to content
    • home
    • myth busting
    • why is myth busting important
    • the social worker is out to get me…
    • if i report domestic violence…
    • if i report mh issues…
    • if i have a disability…
    • if i have a drug/alcohol problem…
    • adoption versus fostering
    • adoption statistics
    • forced adoption
    • emotional abuse
    • the freeman and common law
    • jargon and cliche in professional practice
    • taking photographs of children
    • the law
    • key legal principles
    • evidence
    • balance of probabilities
    • assessing the credibility of a witness
    • fact finding
    • hearsay evidence
    • jurisdiction
    • parental responsibility
    • proportionality and article 8
    • significant harm
    • threshold criteria
    • transparency
    • wardship
    • welfare stage
    • commonly used orders
    • care and supervision orders
    • interim care orders
    • interim removal and emergency protection orders
    • placement and adoption orders
    • special guardianship orders
    • secure accommodation orders
    • section 20 agreements
    • going to court?
    • the case management order
    • before the care order
    • pre-proceedings stage
    • child in need
    • after the care order
    • child remains at home
    • i want to appeal against my child’s adoption
    • i want to appeal or discharge the care order
    • the mental capacity act 2005
    • other countries
    • stories from families
    • adoptive parents
    • birth parents
    • children’s views
    • disabled parents/carers
    • foster carers
    • home education
    • kinship carers
    • other family members
    • advice from professionals
    • lawyers
    • who should i trust?
    • a day in the life of a family solicitor
    • what if i don’t have a lawyer?
    • social workers
    • the social worker tells me my child has been hurt?
    • the social worker tells me i have to get rid of my pets?
    • the social worker tells me my child needs medical treatment ?
    • investigation and referrals
    • other professionals
    • the medical profession
    • cafcass
    • the independent reviewing officer
    • psychological issues
    • attachment theory
    • personality disorder
    • good enough parenting
    • expert reports
    • making a complaint about a professional
    • bringing public bodies to account
    • data protection and foi
    • judicial review
    • negligence and misfeasance
    • claims under human rights act 1998
    • links and resources
    • issues of violence/abuse
    • addiction
    • blogs
    • children and care leavers
    • families and parents
    • financial and housing advice
    • legal advice and information
    • mental and physical health
    • media – documentaries and news reports
    • professionals
    • parenting and other life skills
    • research and reform proposals
    • miscellaneous
    • news and events
    • responses to commentators
    • other thoughts
  • H Tags :

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    • » H1 (1 times) :
      • Welcome to Child Protection Resource
    • » H2 (6 times) :
      • Contact Us
      • Our Purpose
      • Who contributes to this site?
      • Disclaimer
      • Comments policy
      • 183 thoughts on “Welcome to Child Protection Resource”
      • more
    • » H3 (6 times) :
      • Menu
      • How we started and what guides us
      • Leave a Reply Cancel reply
      • Recent Posts
      • Recent Comments
      • Tags
      • more
  • Meta Tags :

    Meta Tags describes aspect of the content of a web page.

    • viewport : width=device-width
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  • HTML Tags :

    An HTML tag is a text document which must be used to explain the page structure.

    • » a :553
    • » p :383
    • » li :296
    • » div :200
    • » header :185
    • » img :185
    • » article :184
    • » b :184
    • » cite :183
    • » section :183
    • » time :183
    • » span :179
    • » br :165
    • » ol :73
    • » strong :21
    • » ul :21
    • » input :10
    • » link :9
    • » script :8
    • » h2 :6
    • » h3 :6
    • » label :5
    • » aside :4
    • » i :3
    • » style :3
    • » em :2
    • » footer :2
    • » form :2
    • » meta :2
    • » textarea :2
    • » abbr :1
    • » blockquote :1
    • » body :1
    • » code :1
    • » h1 :1
    • » head :1
    • » html :1
    • » nav :1
    • » small :1
    • » title :1
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  • Site Speed :

    Site speed for this page is 1750 ms. You only have 10-20 seconds to impress your visitors; use this opportunity the best way you can.

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TECHNOLOGY & NETWORK

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  • » Server :

    Apache

  • » Analytics :

SECURITY

Last Update : 2015-11-04 Check Again

HTML ANALYSE

Last Update : 2015-11-04 Check Again
  • Site :

    childprotectionresource.org.uk

  • Host :

    www.childprotectionresource.org.uk

  • Site Language :

    en-US

  • Site IP :

    188.121.47.1

  • Page Speed :

    1750 ms

  • Charset :

    utf-8

  • Response Headers:

    X-Pingback : http://www.childprotectionresource.org.uk/xmlrpc.php

    Link : ; rel=shortlink

    Vary : Accept-Encoding

    Keep-Alive : timeout=5, max=100

    Connection : Keep-Alive

    Transfer-Encoding : chunked

    Content-Type : text/html; charset=UTF-8

    Server : Apache

  • Address Information :

    EMail : enquiries@northumbria-pcc.gov.uk