Monday, September 15, 2014

Child sex abuse is as rife in Rochdale as Rotherham and police turn a blind eye, says ex-GMP officer

Speaking anonymously in an interview with BBC Radio 4, he claimed that during his time in the force senior officers within GMP knew the issue was prevalent, but did little to act.

He also said senior officials knew that girls as young as 13 were engaging in physical relationships with adult males, but did nothing because the victims did not make official complaints.

“The attitude [of senior officers] was: if they’re not making a complaint don’t do anything about it,” he said.

“Return them back to the children’s home. The point of origin.”

“The management were busy securing their own positions. They were worried about how it would look when those results were forwarded to command.”  (more...)


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