List 99

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Proper noun

List 99

  1. (Britain) A confidential register of people forbidden to work with children, maintained by the Department of Education and Skills.
    • 2006, Great Britain Department of Health, Working together to safeguard children
      Those subject to a disqualification order, and those permanently included on the Protection of Children Act List, are also included on List 99 automatically.
    • 2006, Ann-Marie McAuliffe, Alison Linsey, John Fowler, Childcare Act 2006: the essential guide
      As changes are being made to List 99 (by including new offences that will merit automatic disqualification), additional individuals will be barred from working in daycare settings and as childminders.
    • 2006, The Economist
      Mr Hudson was placed on List 99, which bars dubious characters from teaching jobs.
    • 2007, Joyce Lishman, Handbook for practice learning in social work and social care
      The management of the registration of people considered to be unsuitable to work with children and placed on List 99 became increasingly complex []