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7. If someone has committed offences against children should they be allowed to work with children again?

by Michael Ford last modified 01 Sep, 2015 02:52 PM

No – some people will be legally barred but even if they are not they should not be allowed to work with children. Some offences are addictive by nature and to place someone in a position where they might succumb to the same temptation would show a lack of pastoral care and might put children at serious risk of harm.

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