Social worker found guilty of assaulting boy, aged 12

January 2009
Community Care;1/15/2009, Issue 1753, p6
The article reports that social worker Stephen Dent, from the Croydon Council in London, England, who found was guilty assaulting a 12-year-old boy. It indicates that Dent will be given a two-year conditional discharge and was suspended for disciplinary investigation. According to the boy's mother, Dent was staying at their house when he became aggressive and grabbed her son by the arm.


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