Damaged reputations an ‘unfortunate by-product’ of abuse inquiries – BBC News

Posted November 15th, 2017 in anonymity, child abuse, news, sexual offences by tracey

‘Reputational damage to dead people is an “unfortunate by-product” of police inquiries into historical sex abuse allegations. That’s the view of David Tucker, from the College Of Policing, but he said it happened only in certain cases in which the names of dead suspects were made public. Mr Tucker told Law in Action, on BBC Radio 4, that the college was drawing up guidelines for forces in England and Wales to help them decide whether to identify suspects in such cases.’

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BBC News, 14th November 2017

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