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Fears over security risks and blackmail as allegations must be posted to new anti-paedophile agency
By Martin Beckford
Published: 7:00AM BST 19 Oct 2009
Fears have been raised that the Government's new anti-paedophile database may lead to blackmail and security breaches, as sensitive details about allegations must be put in the post.
Guidance published by the Independent Safeguarding Authority, which is to check the backgrounds of 11.3million people who want to work or volunteer with children and vulnerable adults, states that all accusations of abuse should be put in a normal envelope and sent to a PO Box address.
Employees are also to be reported if they defraud or verbally abuse vulnerable adults such as pensioners, patients or homeless people - including using "demeaning, disrespectful, humiliating, racist, sexist or sarcastic comments" or terms of "excessive or unwanted familiarity, shouting, swearing, name-calling".