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hi I have a friend who recently filed a case about sexual abuse against a family friend. Police and social services were involved, the final report from the social worker stated that her children be put under child care protection as she could have done better in protecting her kids, she is still leaving with her kids and waiting for the case to go to court next April as the family friend has refused to plead guilty or not guilty. The social worker has gone further by contacting her employer and informing them about all the details of the case and according to her employer the social worker gave them the impression that she "had tried to cover things up". I would like to know whether this is legal for the social worker to do?
What I think is not important, I just wanted to find out whether the social worker had a legal right to inform my friend's employer or not.
Ok, she in a mental health nurse.
That's understandable. Thanks
I rated "ok service" I don't know why this message is coming up.
I must have pressed the button by mistake. Sorry about that.