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Angelino Aguas - 9600438

The College alleged that the Member was convicted of the criminal offences of voyeurism and sexual assault, which were relevant to his suitability to practise nursing. It was also alleged that the Member sexually abused a client when he engaged in physical sexual relations, touching of a sexual nature, or behaviour or remarks of a sexual nature; and engaged in conduct or performed an act, relevant to the practice of nursing, that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional.

The Member did not attend the hearing. The Panel found that the Member engaged in professional misconduct as alleged, and that his criminal conduct would be reasonably be regarded by Members of the profession as disgraceful, dishonourable and unprofessional.
The Member’s conduct was a gross and shocking breach of public trust, exploitive in nature and caused significant and lasting trauma to his victims.

The Panel ordered an oral reprimand and revocation of the Member’s certificate of registration in order to protect the public.

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