Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Now thieves who escaped with a caution won't be barred from jobs in care homes, hospitals and schools....Thanks to another new HUMAN RIGHTS Ruling!

People who have been given police cautions for theft will be free to work in care homes, schools and hospitals despite their criminal past, under a human rights ruling.

Currently, anybody applying to work with children or vulnerable adults must disclose any convictions or cautions they hold.

The Criminal Records Bureau checks are designed to weed out applicants who could abuse positions of trust.