Criminal records bureau `may lead to complacency'

Walsh, Jennie
December 1998
People Management;12/24/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 25, p12
Reports that the proposed Criminal Records Bureau has been criticized by employers and professionals working with ex-offenders. Overview of the proposal; Consequences of the proposal; Arguments raised by several company executives.


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