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children are 11 years old, is illegally placed learned in unregulated houses in England , the BBC.
leaked research also shows children who should be placed in secure children's homes for their own safety. in such homes
Unregulated houses, often as a semi-independent or assisted living that offer support and care. They are increasingly being used to house vulnerable children, many of which are recognised Risk of the Sexual Exploitation of children, or of "county lines" criminal exploitation.Louise Casey says regulation for assisted living is a direct
More Than 20 councils were asked about the use of such placements.
the placement of a child with this need in an unregulated placement is "an astonishing abdication of responsibility," says Ann Coffey MP, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) to Runaway and Missing children and adults.
"A child is often a rating for a safe placement for your own safety, it is a serious step to take".
Safe homes for children will hold councils, and to children from the age of 10. Many of you are there for your well-being and are lacking in Risk .
the Local authorities, the research team said that at least One Child was aged 11 years old, placed in such accommodation.
The regulator Ofsted says that there is nothing in The Law that allows an unregistered Home in the under 16-year-old, unless for a holiday or for "cultural, educational, recreational or sporting purposes".
Ms Coffey said no Council, "each company has to" place someone in this age, in an unregulated Home . "A child at the age of 11, not easy to manage about the support.
"It's unbelievable and shameful that these children in care and placed you here. "
lady Louise Casey , who led The Investigation into Rotherham Council after More Than 1400 children were sexually exploited in the city, said the revelations about inadequate supervision and support were a "scandal".
The BBC found a child had been traded to the West Midlands is monitored while he was in a house, and a different Position from the police about concerns regarding criminal activity.
the Local authorities are responsible for checks on non-regulated homes in England and Wales. In Scotland and Northern Ireland , the houses are regulated, although not to the same standard as children's homes.
the councils in England are increasingly putting Young People in semi-independent or assisted living, because they do not meet the needs of the children or to afford the cost of a few registered houses.'Breaking Point '
This year, Hertfordshire Council says that it is a traineeship for a person with complex needs was offered at a price of £19,000 a week.
Even the semi-independent apartment can be hugely expensive. Five councils say they spent More Than £250,000 a year on a single child's placement in The Last year, according to freedom of information requests by Bbc News .
In may, the housing, the communities and Local government Committee said that Children's Services were at "Breaking Point " and the current funding are not sustainable.
In a statement, The Department for education in England , said: "Local authorities are required by law to ensure that the accommodation for children in care or those who made care high quality and, most importantly, safe.
"you are responsible for the care they provide to vulnerable children, and added to by Ofsted," it.