The whistleblower who reported a care worker for carrying out sex attacks on vulnerable adults has spoken for the first time about the moment she found out what was happening.
Yesterday Colin Stokes from Dursley pleaded guilty to raping three women at the home where he worked.
The care worker says that she told the owners of the home in Gloucestershire what she had discovered, but then decided to call in the police.
Gloucestershire county council says it has has now cancelled the contract with the current care providers at the home. But the whistleblower told Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin that more needs to be done to ensure the same thing cannot happen again.