Responding to Clergy Misconduct: A Handbook

Book, 2009, 213 pp
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A handbook for use by leaders in judicatories or seminaries to help you prepare to respond to complaints of clergy misconduct. This handbook lays out the basic principles of analysis of ministerial misconduct: who, what, when and where. It then offers the basic principles for response to complaints, including a lengthy appendix of checklists, draft policies and procedures.

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