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The court heard from the witnesses that young people were often given lifts to and from events by youth workers on a casual basis and that this was approved by North Ayrshire Council.All the girls, who suffer from various medical conditions, stated in court that they thought Gillespie, a trained First Aider and volunteer First Responder, was genuinely helping them and did not believe they had been assaulted until another youth worker found out and reported him.
Paul Gillespie, 23, examined three young women in his car on numerous occasions between November 2015 and December 2016 in Irvine, Ardrossan, Stevenston and elsewhere.
“All our Youth Workers are all PVG checked, attend regular safeguarding training and operate to the Council’s Code of Conduct.
“We also operate to clear guidance in relation to lone working.
These lifts, which often resulted in Gillespie being alone in a car at night with young females, were not always done through official channels but were approved by North Ayrshire Youth Services.
It was also mentioned in court that youth workers were not provided with a council phone for use in the service.