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Am just in the process of doing the section in our Child Protection Policy on allegations or suspicsions against a staff member.


I have rang the local authority so many times today, that I don't want to bother them any further with yet another question - which is a shame as they have been SO helpful.


If a staff member gets suspended due to a criminal enquiry, is it the manager's responsibility to contact someone to say that they are unfit to work with children, or is this done by the local authority? I know that we have to inform Ofsted and the Early Years Team, but do we have to inform anyone else?


What is the name of the List that they go on?


I just rang the Criminal Records Bureau and they were neither use nor ornament!!

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