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Is government vetting fair treatment of adults who work with children?

  • Yes, we need to know who's working with our children.

    There can not be too much vetting, even by the government, of those adults who will be working with our children. It may seem intrusive, but those who care realize that everything about our pasts, including past incarceration and mental issues, needs to be brought out into the open if one seeks a childcare position.

  • Government vetting is fair treatment of adults who work with children.

    The government is doing a fair job of vetting adults who will end up working with children. It is necessary to do a thorough background check of people who will be working with minors in order to make sure that they will behave appropriately. This is necessary to keep our children safe.

  • Yes, more vetting is better.

    Our children need to be protected from adults who are predators, so the more vetting that can be done the better. There should be a standardized way of figuring out who has a history of harming children or others so that we can make good hiring decisions everywhere from the public to the private realm.

  • Yes they are.

    The government is vetting fair treatment of adults who work with treatment. The adults who work with kids need to be vetted more thoroughly because kids can not protect themselves against adults. People who get in to this field of working with adults already know that they will have more vetting.

  • No more then normal

    I don't think the government is vetting fair treatment of adults who work with children. It has always been a major subject but not much seems to be being done about it. If they are vetting it then it is being done behind closed doors where we are not aware it is happening.


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