Comments

Digital copy of a Report by Marcus Erooga, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children titled: Towards Safer Organisations: Adults who pose a risk to children in the workplace and implications for recruitment and selection.

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Reference

C/D/AW14/B/13

Date

July 1st 2009 - July 31st 2009

Scope and Content

Includes a biography of Marcus Erooga, acknowledgements by Marcus Erooga, a foreword by Liz Booth (Director of Human Resources, NSPCC) and Wes Cuell (Director of Children and Young People Services, NSPCC) and an executive summary of the report. Report includes an introduction regarding the vulnerability of children in relationships with workers and outlining terminology and methodology, and chapters on: value-based interviewing; vetting process and organisational responsibilities; characteristics of "vulnerable organisations" and characteristics of abuse and maltreatment in specific organisational settings; relevant findings from the sexual abuse literature regarding inappropriate staff and volunteers; screening responses; themes and issues arising from interviews with professionals and with offenders convicted of child sexual abuse; and conclusions and issues for consideration. Also includes references, a bibliography and an appendix of terminology.

Names

Allitt, Beverley
Beck, Frank
Beckford, Jasmine
Bichard, Sir Michael
Booth, Liz
Carlile, Kimberley
Carr, Maxine
Cleary, Kerry
Colwell, Maria
Cuell, Wes
Dabbs, Jason
Donnelly, Philip
Duggan, John
Erooga, Marcus
Finkelhor, David, Dr
Gallagher, Bernard
Goffman, Erving
Golokoz, Vika
Henry, Tyra
Holley, Mary
Huntley, Ian
Huston, Martin
Kahan, Barbara
Latham, Tony
Levy, Allan
Kirkwood, Andrew
Mann, Ruth, Dr
Masson, Helen, Dr
Morris, Ralph
Noyes, Phillip
O'Neill, Dennis
Parton, Nigel, Professor
Ratcliffe, Gordon
Shipman, Harold
Singleton, Sir Roger
Spry, Eunice
Stevens, Georgina
Telford, Paula
Utting, Sir William
American Association of University Women
Australian Senator Community Affairs Committee
Bedfordshire County Council
Booth Hall Children's Hospital, Salford
Bryn Estyn Community Home
Castle Hill School
Childline
Court Lees Approved School
Criminal Records Bureau
Daily Mail
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Department for Education and Skills
Department of Health and Social Security
Department of Health and Social Services for Northern Ireland
General Social Care Council
Grove Park Community Home
Gwent County Council
Home Office
Kincora Boys' Hostel
Lancashire County Council
Leeways Children's Home
Leicestershire County Council
Meadowdale Community Home
Melanie Klein House for Girls
National Children's Home
National Commission of Inquiry into the Prevention of Child Abuse
National Health Service
National Organisation for the Treatment of Abusers
National Probation Directorate
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Northern Ireland Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders
Northumberland County Council
Oxendon House
Scotforth House
Shropshire County Council
Social Services Inspectorate
St Charles Youth Treatment Centre
Staffordshire County Council
Ty Mawr Community Home
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
University College, Cork
University of Huddersfield
University of Ulster
Yorkshire Television

Keywords

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Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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