Thursday, 27 November 2014

Operation Orarian yet another pointless investigation by Police into Police who covered up child sex abuse and the profits

South Wales Police will lead an Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation into allegations of "a criminal and misconduct nature" against police and council officials in North Wales, The Independent on Sunday can reveal. The IPCC launched the investigation, named Operation Orarian, after complaints were made against North Wales police officers and officials from the former Gwynedd County Council about their handling of child abuse allegations in 1986-87 and 1991-93.
A South Wales police spokeswoman said: "South Wales Police have been appointed to investigate these complaints. It is anticipated that the investigation, Operation Orarian, will last a minimum of six months."

Essex, North Yorkshire and North Wales police forces will be investigated over allegations that they failed to act on intelligence passed to them by other agencies.

The Essex police force have already referred themselves to the nIPCC and an investigation is

now to be launched into the actions of North Yorkshire and North Wales Police.
Result of investigation: No fault found, but some mistakes were made and lessions will be learned.  Why waste tax payers money?  They will not contact the people who know the truth you can bet on that!

1 comment:

  1. We have been taken for a ride again:

    The Tap is now running this story on EXARO from Dux Bellorum Blog:


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