It’s time to honour the late, great Geoffrey Dickens MP

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4 responses to “It’s time to honour the late, great Geoffrey Dickens MP

  1. Top cop removed from sex abuse probe after naming politicians as suspects. Mr Driscoll launched his probe into child sex abuse claims in the South London borough of Lambeth in 1998. But he claims Scotland Yard began meddling as soon as the politicians were named.

    Paedophile inquiry ‘whitewash’: Judge said Tory child sex abuse claims were
    “best forgotten”, claims former government lawyer. Christopher Allen said
    the judge who headed an inquiry into the North Wales children’s homes
    scandal thought the shock accusations were “too sensitive” to be made public and “best forgotten”.

  2. —– Original Message —–
    Sent: Friday, May 16, 2014 3:15 PM
    Subject: RE: Whom do local authorities protect children from?

    Dear Mr Mortimer

    I refer to your email below, as well as to your email dated 13 May 2014, addressed to Debbie Jones.

    Thank you for writing to Ofsted. In answer to your question, I need to reiterate that irrespective of whether Ofsted is aware of a lack of legislation or regulations that require a local authority to collect and hold information on child abuse perpetrators, or to use such information to formulate their child protection policies, the fact of the matter is that Ofsted does not formulate the legislation which underpins this requirement.

    As stated in Debbie Jones’ letter to you of 12 December 2013, this is a matter for the Home Office, the Ministry of Justice and the Department for Education to look into, if, as you state, there is a need for legislation to be updated to further secure the safety of children and young people.

    I hope this response helps to clarify our position.

    Kind regards

    Dimitrios Gavrilakis | Correspondence and Project Officer | HMCI’s Private Office

    Ofsted, 8th Floor, Aviation House, 125 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6SE

    T. 0300 0130 940 | E.| W.

    Whom do local authorities protect children from? 28th December 2013

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