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Police 'put cap on arrests' in Rochdale sex abuse inquiry: Social worker whistleblower says dozens of offenders are still on streets
by Jaya Narain
Dozens of child sex offenders are still walking the streets because police refused to arrest them, according to a whistleblower.
Sara Rowbotham has accused police of putting a cap on the number of child sex offenders they arrested for raping and abusing young girls.
The veteran social worker, who was responsible for gathering the main evidence in the 2012 Rochdale child sex abuse case, said that as a result dozens of sex offenders were still walking the streets preying on children.
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