- Goddard inquiry was launched in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal
- Examining how public bodies handled duty to protect children from abuse
- Inquiry is passing on 100 child sex cases to police each month, officer said
- Estimated that officers will be looking into some 200,000 claims by 2020
One hundred allegations of child sex abuse are being passed to police every month as part of an inquiry launched in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal, a senior officer has revealed.
Simon Bailey, head of the police unit co-ordinating claims of historic child sex abuse in England and Wales, said he expected to be handed a total of 30,000 new reports by…
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