Probation volume 18, issue 2, P44-47 1972 DOI: 10.1177/026455057201800204 View full text
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John H. Mason

Abstract: 44 trust and respect can only be maintained by a person able to work competently and confidently within a setting that is unfamiliar to social workers and to the general public and capable of interpreting decisions to those who are often left with a feeling of bewilderment afterwards.The Welfare Officer is often putting forward the needs of children who cannot speak for themselves and can be challenged by both parties.The discussions within our group of oflicers lead us to suggest that specialisation would re…

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