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FACS NSW Hotline supervisors failed test

on Tue, 09/10/2013 - 09:22
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FACS NSW Hotline supervisors failed test

Failed: Seven out of 14 caseworkers who were unable to achieve a pass when they applied for a team leader role were already working more senior roles. Photo: Sean Davey

Many caseworkers are employed as senior supervisors at the state's child protection hotline despite having failed the application process for the role.

Internal documents obtained by Fairfax Media show that seven of the 14 caseworkers who failed to achieve a pass when they applied for the role of team leader were already acting in the more senior position.

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Corruption at DoCS Toowoomba Spreading to other sectors - Brock Harm Solicitor

on Thu, 12/27/2012 - 23:25
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Corruption at DoCS Toowoomba Spreading to other sectors - Brock Harm Solicitor
Brock Harm - Do not let this solicitor from Gatton represent you!!!! He is facebook friends with DoCS Team Leader from Toowoomba Saskia Smith. He is also friends on facebook with Megan Gurney and Chay Hicks. Both Team leaders at Toowoomba DoCS.
 
What f...ed up lawyers are out there that are friends on facebook with DOCS team leaders???
 
Brock Harm, Solicitor, McNamara Lawyers, at Gatton (formerly of McDonald Law, Margaret Street, Toowoomba) SPECIALISES IN CHILD SAFETY MATTERS.
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Council child protection torn to shreds by damning Ofsted report

on Mon, 07/16/2012 - 10:31
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THIS WEEK’S Ofsted report into child protection in Blackpool is almost as embarrassing for council leader Simon Blackburn as his infamous ‘Donkey Botherers’ jibe at local residents. The part time council leader – a registered social worker – was flapping this morning and almost lost for words as Radio Wave news editor Andy Mitchell woke up the Fylde Coast with the disgraceful Ofsted verdict.

A team of five inspectors arrived unannounced to run the rule at the end of June 2012, and they left far from impressed.

‘Inadequate’ is the worst possible grading from Ofsted, and the Labour controlled