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#461010 - 02/18/14 01:55 PM The NSPCC and their stance on mandatory reporting
tbkkfile Offline


Registered: 09/16/13
Posts: 148
Loc: Surrey, United Kingdom

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#461340 - 02/23/14 12:23 PM Re: The NSPCC and their stance on mandatory reporting [Re: tbkkfile]
Syfer Offline


Registered: 08/10/11
Posts: 14
Loc: Europe
It would be hard to make up this nonsense but the NSPCC is very close to Government and successive Governments have misled most social workers and child protection 'experts' into believing law exists that requires suspected and known abuse to be reported to the Local Authority.

If you want to know more follow @MandateNow, a coalition of five survivor charities which are campaigning for change. They have a petition:
http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/ed...buse-mandatenow

Please go take a read and sign. The child protection framework almost doesn't exist in schools and other institutions.

Here is what @MandateNow is seeking : http://www.thesurvivorstrust.org/documents/5-minute-guide.pdf


Edited by Syfer (02/23/14 12:32 PM)

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#461720 - 02/28/14 11:34 AM Re: The NSPCC and their stance on mandatory reporting [Re: tbkkfile]
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Registered: 09/16/13
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Hi Syfer - thanks for the info, it's one I've already signed. I just can't get my head around why? without mandatory reporting laid out in law it's like asking turkeys to vote on whether to have Christmas.

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#461881 - 03/02/14 02:07 PM Re: The NSPCC and their stance on mandatory reporting [Re: tbkkfile]
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Registered: 08/10/11
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You and an increasing prtoportion of people in the UK simply 'don't get it.' The NSPCC's back seems to be turned on their benefeciaries (it is a charity) and it now looks increasingly like a department of government.

It should advocate for children - but uppermost in its mind seems to be its relationship with Government. And so it has become part of the problem. It sucks millions out of childrens charity giving to promulgate the Government's ludicrous position of 'discretionary reporting'. There is a surprise!

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