Child Protection

Education and Skills written question – answered on 20th January 2006.

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Photo of David Willetts David Willetts Shadow Secretary of State for Education

To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills which offences lead to an automatic ban from working in schools.

Photo of Tim Loughton Tim Loughton Shadow Minister (Children)

To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what duty is placed on local authorities to report to her Department incidents of individuals with a record of sex offending working with children.

Photo of Ruth Kelly Ruth Kelly Secretary of State, Department for Education and Skills

My statement, and the accompanying report, of 19 January set out clearly the Government's analysis of, and response to, issues concerning child protection and List 99, together with the action we are currently taking.

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molijana
Posted on 24 Jan 2006 2:21 pm (Report this annotation)

Why are you depicting child abusers as dirty old men in raincoats and monsters.....I can asure you there is no stereotype....those that abuse children are doctors, social workers, judges, dentists, police, mechanics, polititions, bakers, candlestickmakers....people abuse children from every walk of life....and we forget that abusers are husbands, fathers, brothers, uncles and sadly wives, mothers, daughters and aunts, who are there when children return home from school......so please remember like rats you are all probably standing within a few feet of an abuser every moment of everyday.....