Callie Thornton
Published: 1:42PM BST 12 Apr 2010

A senior social worker falsely claimed to have made 70 visits to children at the 'highest level of risk' when in fact she had delegated the job to a student colleague, a hearing was told.

Charon Salisbury was assigned eight youngsters on the child protection register but left the work to her junior colleague who was not authorised to carry out the checks, it was claimed.

The student worker only conducted a 'small portion' of the visits leaving the children exposed to an 'extremely high risk of violence' in their homes, the General Social Care Council heard.  to read more
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