NOC complainants to give statements to police

The four teenagers, who have alleged being sexually abused at the New Opportunity Corp (NOC) were expected to give official statements to the police yesterday detailing the allegations.

On Monday, Crime Chief Leslie James had told Stabroek News that the virtual complaints in the case had not made an official report to the police and pointed out that it was the media they reported to before the police.

However, Director of the Child Care & Protection Agency (CC&PA) Ann Greene yesterday told Stabroek News that the girls were being interviewed by the police and that the investigation is moving apace. The agency launched an investigation following an official report by the girl’s parents and subsequently obtained a court order from the High Court to remove the girls from the NOC.

The girls are now in the protective custody of the CC&PA and according to Greene they are doing quite well. The agency was in the process …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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