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Child abuse commission considers national screening scheme MP3

The Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse is calling for submissions on whether there should be a national screening system for checking the backgrounds of people who work with children. At the moment, the screening varies from state to state. Australia's new children's commissioner, Megan Mitchell, says she's in favour of a single scheme, but she also says there are critical limitations with any process. Source: abc.net.au

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