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Safeguarding children is everybody's responsibility. Good safeguarding practice therefore has to be built into routine procedures and practice. Nowhere is this more important than in the recruitment and vetting of people who have contact with children.

It is vital that organisations which appoint people (including volunteers) to work with children adopt robust recruitment and vetting procedures that minimise the risk of employing people who might abuse children, or are otherwise unsuited to work with them. This includes all local authorities, and educational establishments,
as well as agencies that supply staff to the education sector and those that contract with the education sector to provide services.

 

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