Re: CRBs for all Trustees?
- From: "Eddie_b" <edward.brown@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 23 Mar 2007 06:02:46 -0700
On 21 Mar, 12:57, Ewan Scott <ewansc...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 21 Mar 2007 05:15:12 -0700, "Steve" <steviephil...@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Seems odd that those who seem
so keen on local rules are failing on a national Legal requirement.
What legal requirement ?
I thought that it was a legal requirement that those who worked with
young people were CRB cleared.It has been presented as such to me both
by Scouting and the local authority.
If it isn't then WTF is it about?
I thought that the only people being CRB'ed were those joining. Those
already "in" did not need to be checked. Afterall, CRB has no
validity, it is just a report that when checks were made nothing (or
something) was found.
If it has no explicit validity, then it can not need to be renewed
(although I know of organisations with policy that people must be
checked every 2 or 3 years.) If it did have a validity then one would
not need to apply for a new one with each change of role/involvement/
location within the organisation.
I should imagine that many leaders still have never been checked. And
the same I believe goes for teachers, or certainly did until recently.
I certainly read recently that there was no requirement to
retrospectively/periodically check all leaders.
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