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How could central government better respond to sexual harm in the public service Carrie Buckmaster

By: Buckmaster, Carrie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Policy Quarterly.Publisher: Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, 2018Subject(s): State Services Commission | INTERVENTION | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES | PERPETRATORS | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | VICTIMS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE | WORKPLACE | WORKPLACE VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Policy Quarterly, 2018, 14(4): 59-67Summary: This article draws attention to the nature and impact of sexual harm in the New Zealand public service. It examines the scope and substance of official advice and tools available to public managers when responding to incidents of sexual harm, and builds a set of recommendations for central government. Recommendations include a central register of all complaints and reports of sexual harm to the public caused by public service workers. (Author's abstract). Record #6191
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Policy Quarterly, 2018, 14(4): 59-67

This article draws attention to the nature and impact of sexual
harm in the New Zealand public service. It examines the scope and substance of official advice and tools available to public managers when responding to incidents of sexual harm, and builds a set of recommendations for central government. Recommendations include a central register of all complaints and reports of sexual harm to the public caused by public service workers. (Author's abstract). Record #6191