Guernsey introduces new vetting scheme

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Full criminal records bureau checks have been introduced for people working with children or vulnerable adults in Guernsey.

Previously those checks were carried out by the island's police, but a new organisation called the Guernsey Vetting Bureau has replaced them.

Claire Ely, bureau spokesperson, said the old system was not enough.

She said: "The aim is to make sure vulnerable groups and children in our community have the best protection."

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