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Schools Safeguarding Malpractice

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posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 04:08 AM
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Let's call this guy Mr. Smith . He's the deputy head .

Someone we know goes in , ends up telling the deputy and the safeguarding officer , who doesn't teach , what's up . In a meeting , two on one .

Someone we know says , this is a sensitive matter , can we keep it confidential , they say yes .

By the end of the day , the game is up , they've dumped the someone we know in the # . He has done it , Mr.Smith . Without the safeguarding officer present , they've interrogated the child concerned , and informed the subject of the complaint of who has said anything , and what they said .

Why has Mr. Smith gone over the head of the safeguarding officer , who is there only for that purpose , and not to teach ? He teaches himself , so he's got less time . But obviously , what he's done with this complaint has been more important to him .

Let's get Mr. Smith in for questioning : he's betrayed confidence immediately , and not kept the someone we know informed . Now that someone we know is in a severely compromised position , and so are the children concerned .

The context of the complaint is fairly serious , but Mr. Smith has taken counter claims for defense purposes , currently it seems he intends to not further inform the someone we know any further of the matter .

Someone we know was very annoyed when he has heard of Mr. Smith's actions in regard to this . He is highly suspicious of why this has happened , why has it panned out this way ?
Who does he take the details of this to ? Can we get something done about this .




posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 09:09 AM
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a reply to: FieldMarshalMatt

This makes absolutely no sense without all of the pertinent details.



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 10:37 AM
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a reply to: FieldMarshalMatt

sounds like the school system in my town sadly



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 11:23 AM
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a reply to: FieldMarshalMatt

sounds like the school system in my town sadly



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 07:19 PM
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This is the rare instance that something is actually "for the sake of the children."

Contact your local representative, as well as the school board president, and ask what they intend to do about it. Kindly ask for a direct reply to you.

In the US, the state's attorney's office is also a good agency to inform because rules of conduct of teachers and school administrators are bounded in law.



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 09:06 PM
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a reply to: Woodcarver

Please refer to the reply below yours kindly provided by TheTruthRocks

edit on 3-7-2019 by FieldMarshalMatt because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 09:10 PM
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a reply to: KTemplar

Thankyou . We love your avatar



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 09:42 PM
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a reply to: TheTruthRocks

Thankyou also for your highly relevant advice .

The another same day meeting which excluded a one person a but included two children and the subject of the complaints may have taken place to straighten stories out before oversight by the relevant higher forces was possibly to take place . Too late . The two phone calls to a wrong number with a different area code instead of person A's mobile number , during the same day which was personally given at the meeting may have taken place for alert purposes or the deliberate undermining of person a ,
or partly via non-communication .

Mr . Smith has definitely #ed up here anyway . Thanks again for clarity



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 10:00 PM
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originally posted by: FieldMarshalMatt
a reply to: KTemplar

Thankyou . We love your avatar



Thank you!



posted on Jul, 3 2019 @ 10:03 PM
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originally posted by: FieldMarshalMatt
Let's call this guy Mr. Smith . He's the deputy head .

Someone we know goes in , ends up telling the deputy and the safeguarding officer , who doesn't teach , what's up . In a meeting , two on one .

Someone we know says , this is a sensitive matter , can we keep it confidential , they say yes .

By the end of the day , the game is up , they've dumped the someone we know in the # . He has done it , Mr.Smith . Without the safeguarding officer present , they've interrogated the child concerned , and informed the subject of the complaint of who has said anything , and what they said .

Why has Mr. Smith gone over the head of the safeguarding officer , who is there only for that purpose , and not to teach ? He teaches himself , so he's got less time . But obviously , what he's done with this complaint has been more important to him .

Let's get Mr. Smith in for questioning : he's betrayed confidence immediately , and not kept the someone we know informed . Now that someone we know is in a severely compromised position , and so are the children concerned .

The context of the complaint is fairly serious , but Mr. Smith has taken counter claims for defense purposes , currently it seems he intends to not further inform the someone we know any further of the matter .

Someone we know was very annoyed when he has heard of Mr. Smith's actions in regard to this . He is highly suspicious of why this has happened , why has it panned out this way ?
Who does he take the details of this to ? Can we get something done about this .


What's the malpractice against? It sure as hell isn't law... because you just failed your case.



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