concern in

concern someone in something

to bring someone into some matter; to engage someone in something; to occupy someone with something. Don't concern Dave in our party planning. He doesn't know anything about entertaining. The wrong committee was concerned in this from the very beginning.
See also: concern
References in classic literature ?
the story which followed, of his designs on Miss Darcy, received some confirmation from what had passed between Colonel Fitzwilliam and herself only the morning before; and at last she was referred for the truth of every particular to Colonel Fitzwilliam himself-- from whom she had previously received the information of his near concern in all his cousin's affairs, and whose character she had no reason to question.
Elizabeth could but just AFFECT concern in missing him; she really rejoiced at it.
Rogers said he understands the concern in the community and is trying to alert people to INS efforts to speed the process.
The big concern in the Northeast markets is for extreme cold in January due to the potential for gas delivery curtailments due to gas pipeline limitations under very high demand conditions.