Social worker Juliet Rachelle Crowson has been struck off the HCPC Register following a third review of a conditions of practice order originally imposed at a Final Hearing on 31 July 2015.
A panel of the HCPC Conduct and Competence Committee heard that Miss Crowson was originally placed on the order for a period of two years on grounds of misconduct whilst employed by Cambridgeshire Community Services.
The Panel further heard that Miss Crowson’s failings included not communicating appropriately with colleagues, including sending a colleague inappropriate emails, and not following management instructions in regards to both administrative duties and case management.
Panel Chair Phillip Geering commented:
“The Panel concluded that there was no improvement in Miss Crowson’s attitudes or likely behaviour in the work place since the final hearing. The Panel concluded further that there is every prospect that were she to return to the work place there would be a repeat of the conduct that brought her before this Panel. She has shown before this Panel no insight into her failings that then might enable her to self-regulate. She has not demonstrated the skills that would enable her to collaborate with other professionals.”
The Panel concluded to strike the name of Juliet Rachelle Crowson from the HCPC Register with immediate effect.
Miss Crowson was present and represented by a lay representative, Mr Richard Cadman.