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Monthly Archives: June 2013
No surprise there then..
I was saddened yesterday to read in the Cambodia Daily newspaper of yet another case of allegations made against someone trying to help the poor and vulnerable. It is so easy to make allegations and where they are … Continue reading
No surprise there then.
The PE teacher has not worked for more than two years because the allegation remained on his record even though police investigated and took no action. One Cumbria police officer later told the Criminal Records Officer he was a … Continue reading
The NSPCC has produced 112 pages of ‘updated guidance’ for how to organise ‘safe’ sports events for children. ………. One can only conclude that ‘safeguarding responsibilities’ for kids sports events are not about sports events, or safety, or children, but about the imposition … Continue reading