A critical case assessment discovered that Jonty Bravery, who’s autistic, had expressed a need to harm folks previous to the assault on the six-year-old in 2019.
He additionally had a persona dysfunction that had not been identified and this was the reason for the offence, it discovered.
The assessment requires “essential classes” to be “translated into motion”.
Professionals failed to tell apart between behaviours linked to his autism and callous, premeditated traits, the report says.
It highlights a collection of troubling incidents involving Bravery within the two years earlier than the assault, together with threatening to kill members of the general public and placing faeces in his mom’s make-up brushes.
But his violent behaviour had been much less frequent within the interval earlier than the Tate Modern assault, whereas he was residing in a placement.
The report says: “There was no latest proof that he introduced a danger to different youngsters or adults unknown to him.
“It was on this context that he was progressively given extra freedoms, which noticed him in a position to go to central London unaccompanied on the day of the incident.”
The assessment, by the Local Safeguarding Children Partnership (LSCP), highlights a nationwide scarcity of specialist and residential group care for youngsters and younger folks with advanced and high-risk behaviours.
A psychiatric report in 2018 stated Bravery, who’s now 19, had learnt to make use of his autism as an excuse to evade duty for harmful behaviour.
The assessment says Bravery wanted residential therapeutic options that would allow him, as an autistic younger individual, to have interaction in a remedy regime for his conduct dysfunction.
“But such a residential choice didn’t exist,” it provides.
The LCSP says it’s persevering with to make enhancements throughout police, well being and social care within the supply and co-ordination of assist for autistic youngsters and people with advanced high-risk behaviours.