and if so, is it only once or several times over the course of their careers? If a social worker is found guilty of child abuse and drug abuse, what is the normal course of action for a unionized social worker?Answer Question
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To answer your question in order to be employed as a social worker or work for a state agency (any state) you must have a thorough background check. No, you cannot work in social services if you are found guilty of abuse or convicted of any felony. Sometimes, and only on very rare occasions, if there is something like a DUI involved or something that is no longer an issue, it can get cleared. But it is very rare. Such as if you were able to explain that as a child you were sexually abused, turned to alcohol and drugs to escape, and now you are sober, have gotten help, and remain in AA. Also many social workers are licensed by their state licensing board and complaints/concerns can be directed there. You can look up your state board and look up any licensed professional to see if they have any disciplinary actions.
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