Paedophile spotting

12th June 2009 at 01:00

More than half of schools in England have failed to follow government guidance on staff recruitment aimed at preventing a repeat of the Soham murders. Each school has had more than four years to send two members of staff on a free training course on how to spot paedophiles, but only 40 per cent have done so. The Government is now to make the training a legal requirement.

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