Mixed reaction to action plan


By LAM LI
  • Nation Premium
  • Saturday, 07 Aug 2004

PETALING JAYA: Vetting of those with jobs that require close contact with children as a way to prevent sex crimes should involve the employers, said non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and trade unions. 

The workers’ consent must also be obtained before the vetting process to avoid an infringement of privacy, women groups added. 

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