Clattenburg cleared but the fallout continues…..
Published 23 November 2012 By: Debbie Nicholson
Yesterday, 22 November 2012, the FA released a statement indicating that their investigation into the alleged misconduct of Mark Clattenburg, during the match between Chelsea FC and Manchester United FC on 28 October 2012 had concluded, with no disciplinary charges being brought against Mr Clattenburg.
The investigation carried out by the FA to determine whether there was a case for Mr Clattenburg to answer appears to have been thorough and detailed.
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In relation to her safeguarding practice, she is regularly involved advising and representing organisations and individuals where concerns have been raised regarding their conduct. In a regulatory setting, she has prosecuted healthcare professionals where allegations have related to sexually motivated conduct concerning children and vulnerable adults. She has also defended healthcare organisations and individuals in the criminal courts for allegations of abuse/neglect. Deborah is a member of the Sports Resolutions’ National Safeguarding Panel and England Hockey’s Disrepute Panel.