02:09AM, Wednesday 26 February 2014
The results of a serious case review into the murder of a baby by his mother from Windsor will be published in March.
Emma Wilson, of Paddock Close, was sentenced to life with a minimum tariff of 14 years after being found guilty at her trial at the Old Bailey.
The 25-year-old's son Callum died at John Radcliffe Hospital on March 20, 2011, after suffering 'unsurvivable brain injuries' from an impact to his head, as well as fractures to his ribs and arms.
The Royal Borough's local safeguarding board will release the findings of its review on Monday, March 31.
Speaking at a council meeting last night, Cllr Phillip Bicknell (Con, Park), cabinet member for children's services said: "Workshops are to be held for partner agencies and members of the council to understand the lessons learnt from this sad and sullen case review."
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