A recent Supreme Court decision considered what offences should be disclosed in a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Caraline Johnson explores what this could mean for charities and social enterprises working with children and vulnerable adults; and also reports on the progress of the legislation of the Care Act 2014.
This article originally appeared in the Charity and Social Enterprise Update Autumn 2014.
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Posted on 30/09/2014 in BWB PublicationsBack to Knowledge