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Together, we can help victims of harassment to find their voice

One teacher’s brave account of being subjected to sexual bullying shows that school leaders and staff must confront this problem in the workplace, says former police chief Graham Goulden

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A few weeks ago, I read a brave and powerful Tes Scotland article written by a friend and colleague, John Naples-Campbell. I’ve known John for a few years now, having first met him when delivering violence-prevention training in Glasgow. From the minute we met, I connected with him. I share many of his values in life. I also share his dedication to his profession – for him, it is teaching; for me, it is enforcement. While our roles may seem a world apart, both these professions have one thing in common: relationships.

In his article (“A message to my sexual harasser: your time is up”, 3 August ...

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