A care provider has been fined £363,000 after it failed to protect people it cared for from sexual assault.
The care company, which cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to failing to protect a woman who was resident at a care home it runs in Nottinghamshire from abuse & improper treatment.
This resulted in her being sexually assaulted.
It also pleaded guilty to exposing the home’s other residents to significant risk of avoidable harm by failing to safeguard them from the risk of abuse.
The company was also ordered to pay £12,441.28 costs to the CQC, which
prosecuted these criminal offences.