Operation Bullfinch and the vulnerable girls of Oxford

Operation Bullfinch and the vulnerable girls of Oxford

Operation Bullfinch, the police inquiry that led to an Old Bailey trial, began in 2011, four months after The Times revealed a hidden national pattern of sex crimes involving young teenage girls and organised groups of offenders, mainly of Pakistani origin.

As with similar scandals further north in Rochdale and Rotherham, police and social workers in Oxford had known or suspected for years that vulnerable children were being fed alcohol and drugs, then used and sold for sex by a large number of men.

Read on… https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/operation-bullfinch-and-the-vulnerable-girls-of-oxford-pgflf6b7b

 

See also: Oxford grooming sex case https://rotherhampolitics.wordpress.com/the-rotherham-related-cse-trials/oxford-grooming-sex-case/

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