Six reports into Rotherham sex abuse scandal due to be published next month

THE results of six separate probes into the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal are expected to be published next month — which one survivor hopes will see ex-council officers put in the dock.

Law firm Gowling WLG is due to reveal the outcome of its investigation into the conduct of senior staff employed by Rotherham Borough Council during the period covered by the damning Jay Report.

Another report will deal with the 2011 theft of 21 laptops from council office Norfolk House said to contain sensitive details about abuse victims — and a third with the theft of files belonging to researcher Adele Gladman from the offices of youth project Risky Business in 2002.

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6 thoughts on “Six reports into Rotherham sex abuse scandal due to be published next month

    • I hope so too Paul but I have a suspicion that may not be the case (and for legal reasons I can’t divulge in this matter any further).

      If any lessons have been learnt then at least redacted versions of the reports have to be made public, this is what Andrew Norfolk was clawing for, and the gist of the Jay and Casey reports.

      Open and transparent local Government!


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