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responsibility to someone or for some activity

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"Mr Wheeler's determined pursuit of a sexual relationship with a current pupil, despite the disciplinary hearing and formal written warning received from the college in 2009 amounted to a serious and cynical abuse of trust."
She said that while some would see it as every schoolboy's fantasy, the relationship involved a serious abuse of trust.
'ABUSE OF TRUST': Paul Derick David Michael Nelson at the wheel of his Starsky and Hutch-style car in which, the jury heard, he sometimes picked up the girl from school
There are sexual predators in every walk of life, but where it comes with an abuse of trust, it is so much more damaging.
A new offence of abuse of trust will apply where a person aged 16 or 17 is involved in sexual activity with an adult who is in authority over them.
The issue is not presidential perjury but abuse of trust. Something important is lost if we collapse that distinction.
TRUSTED ACCOUNTS MANAGER WHO ABUSED HER POSITION IN PS17,000 FRAUD WALKS FREE A SERIOUS ABUSE OF TRUST Peter Jones: "She had three previous convictions for fraud, so how the hell did she end up working as an account manager in the first place.
Prison was the last place I expected you to be and I felt I couldn't get away from it.'' After the case, Det Con Paul Walls, of Greater Manchester Police, said: "Mottershead's behaviour was an abuse of trust and shows his depravity.
In a gross abuse of trust, Pringle, one of a small number of people with access to the committee room, began taking cashed tickets and re-cashing them for himself.
Police said Talbot, who was cleared of assaulting three other boys, had destroyed the teenage boys' childhoods with his "abhorrent abuse of trust".
Tribunal panel chair Professor Stephen Miller told Ramachandran: "The panel is of the opinion that the wholly unacceptable nature of your misconduct, involving as it did the violation of a young patient's rights, an abuse of trust and sexually abusive behaviour, is fundamentally incompatible with continued registration.
The panel felt that the facts found demonstrated an abuse of trust on the registrant's part."
A spokesman for Merseyside Police said: Merseyside Police can confirm that a 37-year-old woman from the Hightown area has been arrested on suspicion of abuse of trust.