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Children in care

Date Details of the request Download/View 26 Mar 2018 Algorithmic profiling in OT OIA Response (PDF 526KB) 21 Jan 2018 Number of tamariki with a substantiated finding of abuse for Porirua Oranga Tamariki site from July 1 2016 to 30 June 2017 OIA Response (PDF 256KB) 24 Oct 2017 Numbers of children in care, by year, including their ethnicity OIA Response (PDF 2.4MB) 11 Sept 2017 Data about children in care in the Hauraki region  OIA Response (PDF 1.4MB)...

Types of caregiving

Emergency care This happens when a young person or child is placed in your care at very short notice because there are immediate and serious concerns for their safety and there is nowhere else that’s safe to go. Emergency care is for a short time while other arrangements are made. Respite care This is when you look after a child for a weekend...

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Core worker exemptions

The workforce restriction The Children's Act 2014 introduces a workforce restriction, which means it's unlawful to employ a core children’s worker with certain serious criminal offences unless they hold a core worker exemption. The offences which trigger the workforce restriction generally involve child victims, or are of a sexual or violent nature. These are outlined in schedule 2 of the act.Children's Act sche...

Surrogacy and adoption

It’s in a child’s best interest to have a legal relationship with the parents who will be raising them. Therefore you’ll need to apply to adopt your child through the New Zealand Family Court, so the parental rights can be transferred from your surrogate mother and her partner, to you. Surrogacies arranged in New Zealand...