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Police officer denies obligation to report church abuse BelfastTelegraph

Police officer denies obligation to report church abuse BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A Northern Ireland Police officer has denied reporting church abuse when he was on duty, it has been claimed. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/police-officer-denies-duty-to-report-church-abuse-29390788.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article29780962.ece/3bd40/AUTOCROP/h342/PANews%20BT_P-fcc4d6d3-1ce4-480a-8a43-d4d4580f7529_I1.jpg

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A Northern Ireland Police officer has denied reporting church abuse when he was on duty, it has been claimed.

The Mirror revealed the case involving Sgt Stephen Smith in July 2014 was reviewed but no decision was taken.

It emerged a new review found an “open and serious” line of inquiry on church abuse by senior police officers had not been pursued, as claimed by Sinn Fein.

In a letter published on Sunday, Sgt Smith alleged he was repeatedly abused as he worked in the city police team in Northern Ireland.

In the letter read out before 더킹카지노a committee of Sinn Fein’s political and unionist representatives in Belfast, the senior officer also revealed a “shocking and persistent pattern of intimidationnatyasastra.com and abuse”.

He said he has never felt like a “coward” and that he “wouldn’t have been safe” if he was “stopping abusive behaviour”.

The letter was first revealed by The Northern Ireland Office of the Northern Ireland Secretary last night.

Chief Constable Ian Wallace’s department later confirmed a review had been carried out by the force into the matter, after a full internal complaint had been received.

Sgt Smith is alleged to have made a complaint to the police following a complaint by an IRA man in April 2014.

It has been alleged he had a ‘threatening’ comment made to him as he questioned우리카지노 the man.

The letter was dated 18 June 2014 and read in part: “I believe you are a police officer and that you have a duty to report any forms of behaviour which could be perceived as abusive.

“I am writing to update you that my concerns were discussed between senior colleagues in the Northern Ireland Service and that there was an open and serious lin