A Hampshire college has admitted it failed to report to police allegations of physical abuse by a former colleague of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
A rowing coach has denied sexually abusing ten young boys at George Osborne’s old school and said he never wanted to be a teacher.
A bagpipe-playing bandmaster at a £15,000-a-year boarding school which counts the Queen as a patron faces jail after admitting sexual activity with a girl.
I write further to my recent blog post in respect of Paul Cherrett a Former scoutmaster who is charged with a number of counts including 9 of indecent assault.
A senior Dorset scout leader has been charged with sexual offences against seven boys.
Further to our article in respect of the overwhelming revelations linked to football abuse (Found here - http://www.verisonalaw.com/articles/football-sex-abuse-claims-continue-to-increase/)
Sadly, in my experience, it is a common scenario for many child abuse cases to involve an ‘insider’ who was aware that neglect was happening, but failed to report it. There is not always a damaging reason for this, in fact as many of you who read my blogs will know, abuse is often under reported due to the control of another person at the organisation which allows for the cover up of such horrific crimes and even enables the criminal to continue their abuse.
A story in the local press has told of a former teacher at a school in Petersfield who faced numerous abuse charges. Sadly, it appears that this is another case of somebody abusing their power status to cover abuse the vulnerability of young girls.
The abuse team at Verisona Law are disheartened but not surprised to hear of the staggering number of individuals who have come forward nameing a total of 83 potential perpetrators spanning decades in the football world.
A vicar has resigned after an investigation found he engaged in sexual acts with a schoolgirl.