NIROMP has an established network of regional alliances made up of IRO managers and IROs. Our regional networks cover the nine government area regions of England.
the north east region
- North Tyneside
- Redcar and Cleveland
- South Tyneside
our latest news
- Young people’s views on care review recommendations, published by Coram Voice and The National Youth Advocacy Service
- Ofsted introduce new judgement for care leavers
- NIROMP Community of Practice: Making it Happen
- MPs to hold a debate on the Independent review of children’s social care
- Supporting practice in tackling child sexual abuse film series
north east regional leads
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One of your regional leads will respond as soon as possible.
Please be patient and respect that NIROMP’s work is undertaken on a voluntary, non-funded basis.
Advice and help
We are unable to offer advice on private individual child or family matters, intervene or investigate complaints about agencies or local authorities.
If you are looking to make a complaint about children’s social care please contact your local authority about how to follow the official complaints procedure. Once you have exhausted the official complaints process you can make a referral to the Local Government Ombudsman. NIROMP is unable to make such referrals on your behalf.
For complaints about services please follow the official complaints procedure in the first instance. If you are dissatisfied with an outcome, you can make a formal complaint to Ofsted or the Department for Education.
NIROMP’s Chair will meet quarterly with the Advisory Group Leads; Steering Group Leads and Regional Leads about the progress of NIROMP’s overarching work plan.
During 2019 we will see the introduction of advisory groups and steering groups in addition to regional leads attached to the nine government area regions across England.
NIROMP, through the involvement of advisory group members, steering groups and regional leads, will bring a broad knowledge, experience and skills base to secure better life chances and choices for all children and young people in care and leaving care.
Our advisory groups will provide an important link between, for example, the lived experience of children, young people and the independent reviewing officers here to serve them. Aiming to provide the vital assurance necessary to achieving greater consistency of IRO services, advisory groups will help shape ideas and solutions. Importantly, they will also provide an important assurance and challenge function.