Re: Youth Protection - Involve Police?
Carl Grabiel (cgrabiel@DATABANK.COM)
Sun, 26 Mar 1995 11:32:19 -0600
On Sat, 25 Mar 1995 jacobi.PARC@XEROX.COM wrote:
> (about reporting YPP cases)
> > SE not SE not DE. SE not DE. SE not DE. SE not DE.
> Yes, thats the rule. But what's the big deal? Wouldn't
> your DE know and tell you to talk to the SE if you forget?
In some cases, the DE has known those involved a slip of the tounge has
caused complications. Yes, the DE should be able to forward the info,
but would you be willing to compromise the safety of any of the parties
involved? The councils have set the rules to protect ALL parties involved
and to comply with state laws. Even if someone doesn't agree with these
rules, in this case especially, we should follow the rules. If you feel
strongly that the rules are wrong, try to get them changed, but don't
break them. None of us want to endanger the safety of an abused youth, or
an innocent adult!!
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