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Can you always trust someone who is in a position of being trusted around children?

Those in a position of trust include Pastors, Teachers, and Police Officers also Coaches as well etc.

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12No
5All depends
2Other
1Yes


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Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier
posted 1-Jun-2014 7:43am  
Always? Clearly not.
bill Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 1-Jun-2014 9:58am  
No, but you should never not trust anyone.
JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 1-Jun-2014 10:05am  
No most of them just cannot be trusted at all some of them prey on our children look at that Pastor who got arrested? For sexually touching children sick SOB I ask why is this happening to our children even that Coach Jerry Sandusky sexually molesting those boys hope he rots in prison so sad
LJD
posted 1-Jun-2014 11:01am  
Hopefully! There should always be some healthy oversight of people watching over our treasured children.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 1-Jun-2014 12:25pm  
No; jobs alone do not make people trustworthy.
JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 1-Jun-2014 3:57pm  
This includes Daycare workers as well some of them have touched our children inappropriatly and have been sent to prison
Lysannus
posted 2-Jun-2014 4:52am  
To me if I was leaving any of my children with them I would get to know them first.
I know not always a way to tell if they are trustworthy.
Blindly trusting anyone "No fudging way." Police are about the last group I would trust, I have seen too many on power trips.
No way I would trust child services. I can't stand them busy bodies that think they know better and are also on a power trip.
"Oh that is child abuse because you don't have electricity and running water" Funny many of us grew up without that or any other luxuries and did just fine.
I really loath them people.
LindaH Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Lysannus) posted 2-Jun-2014 9:44am  
> "Oh that is child abuse because you don't have
> electricity and running water" Funny many of
> us grew up without that or any other luxuries
> and did just fine.


I have thought that too!

If you raise them 'off the grid" but in the sticks - and you have a fireplace, a well and clean water, they seem to be ok with it (at least here) BUT if you tried this in a city, they would call it neglect.

Lysannus
(reply to LindaH) posted 2-Jun-2014 12:11pm  
> If you raise them 'off the grid" but in the sticks - and you have
> a fireplace, a well and clean water, they seem to be ok with it (at
> least here) BUT if you tried this in a city, they would call it neglect.

Hmmmm, Alaska. Maybe a good place to move to. Although it would have to be more southern part, northern part is just too dang cold for me.
Zang
posted 7-Jun-2014 10:52am  
This is a bit vague.
MysticKat
posted 9-Jun-2014 3:12pm  
That is not a simple question. We trust these people, generally; however, there are those in these professions that tend to take advantage of children in a variety of ways. Of course, there are those of us (and I say 'us' because I am a teacher) who would never betray that trust.
MysticKat
(reply to LindaH) posted 9-Jun-2014 3:18pm  
In parts of Hawaii, living 'off the grid' is a choice - not because they are poor and can't afford the 'luxuries'. It is a way of saving money - money that they can then spend on the family in ways others than paying for electricity (many use solar energy exclusively with back up generators), water (that means city water - where I live, everyone has water catchment systems to convert rain water into usable water and secondary filtration systems for drinking water), phone (no cell phone service where I live), groceries (choosing to buy from local growers rather than expensive markets).
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