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eWise - March 2017

WISE has been providing investigation services into reportable conduct (NSW) and child abuse complaints in Victoria for over 16 years. In this months newsletter we focus on some of the big issues in the investigation of abuse of vulnerable people. 

You can read the attached blogs or download our 
NEW White Paper - Investigating Complaints of Abuse by Carers. 


Enrolments of our NEW Investigating Abuse in Care 4 day program are looking good but there is still room available!






Continuing our long established relationship with the National No.2 Bullying conference, WISE will be sponsoring the Staar Award for Healthier Workplaces  at this years conference in Brisbane 26-27 June. 


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Criminal Conduct and the Likelihood of Conviction in Care. 

By Harriet Witchell

It is often the most vulnerable people in society - children, the elderly and the disabled - that often fall victim to the most heinous types of abuse in care settings. An even greater tragedy is that it can be extremely difficult to record convictions against abusers. 

Read the full article

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Does the NDIS Complaints System Have Enough Reach?

By Harriet Witchell

For those vulnerable people across Australia living with a disability, the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been heralded as a much-needed security net. However such a vast and complex scheme necessarily requires safeguards against unfortunate phenomena that can arise in care environments. A responsive and effective complaints system is an essential adjunct to the NDIS. 

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Abuse by Carers - Defining a Sad Reality

By Harriet Witchell

Employers in aged, disability and other care environments do their best to keep staff and clients safe, yet one dark phenomenon that can raise its ugly head in care contexts is abuse by carers. 
Abuse is a broad term that has developed multiple sub-definitions recently. As Australia has witnessed via the recent Royal Commission, child sexual abuse has a truly distressing history. 

Read the full article

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Investigating complaints of abuse by carers

By Harriet Witchell

The sad reality is that some individuals within aged care facilities, disability care contexts, at home or in childcare centres can face abuse from the very people with whom they should feel entirely safe.  Employers and individuals within the care and community space want to know the best ways to identify, prevent and deal swiftly with allegations of abuse by carers.

Read the full article

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What's On

 
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Conducting Workplace Investigations - Advanced Training

Location: Perth
Date: 3-5 May 2017

Location: Canberra
Date: 16-18 May 2017

Location: Melbourne
Date: 6-8 September 2017

For more information on Conducting Workplace Investigations

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Investigating Abuse in Care  ( 4 day program)

Book now for final seats for Sydney:

Location: Sydney - BOOK NOW!!
Date: 28 - 31 March  2017

Other Location

Location: Melbourne
Date: 30 May - 2 June 2017

Program includes: legislation and information sharing for reportable conduct, reporting obligations, investigating grooming behaviours, psychology of memory, interviewing respondents and interviewing children and people with cognitive impairment.

For more information on Investigating Abuse In Care

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Investigative Interviewing

Location: Melbourne
Date: 7-9 June 2017

Location: Sydney
Date: 16-18 August 2017

For more information on Investigative Interviewing


 

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