Rotherham abuse whistleblower Jayne Senior faces investigation over survivors’ complaints
An independent investigation is being launched into complaints about the conduct of award-winning Rotherham scandal whistleblower Jayne Senior by a number of abuse survivors.
Three official complaints have been made to Rotherham Council about the conduct of Mrs Senior in relation to her role as a support worker for survivors of child sexual exploitation and their families at the Swinton Lock Activity Centre, which receives council funding.
The Star has spoken to four people who say they have raised concerns about Mrs Senior’s conduct with Rotherham Council – two of the three people who have made official complaints and two more who say they are in the process of doing so.
Rotherham abuse whistleblower Jayne Senior investigated
An investigation is being held into complaints against the woman who first exposed the child sexual abuse scandal in Rotherham.
Jayne Senior was made an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in June for services to child protection.
Rotherham Council said it had received three complaints, and “an independent investigation is now under way”.
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