Here is paragraph 18 of the Study article.
made to the congregation. (1 Cor. 5:11-13) If he is repentant, he may remain in the congregation. However, the elders will inform him that he may never qualify to receive any congregation privileges or to serve in any position of responsibility in the congregation. Out of concern for the welfare of children, the elders may privately warn the parents of minors in the congregation of the need to monitor their children’s interactions with the individual. When taking such measures, the elders are careful to maintain the privacy of those hurt by the sin.
Now I have a big question. "If he is repentant he may remain in the congregation..."
Does this mean that as a WITNESS to JEHOVAH he is entitled to share in the door to door ministry where he will obviously come into contact with children. "I'm sorry but mom and dad are away for the weekend." Leaving him or her open to further temptation and reproach on the congregation.
Even if he/she is accompanied by a JW while out in the ministry, what if anything stops them coming back to the children's house later on their own.
Doesn't it seem as if this whole process is flawed in many respects?