Derbyshire Child Abuse Cover up partners – Police, Council and CPS

The following article is noteworthy for several reasons

  • investigative research
  • forced drugging of child
  • child abuse by a woman
  • false allegations
  • child protection failures by Council and Police
  • cover up of failures by Council, Police and CPS
  • destruction of evidence by Council and Police
  • legal aid fraud uncovered related to domestic violence

Note also the comment on the original article that Sussex has similar problems

For child protection to work better it is essential that councils and police work together in partnership. However this partnership becomes dangerous when they also work together to cover up their mistakes and failures and corruption.

As yet there have been no criminal prosecutions or comeback on those perpetrators of illegal acts. If this does not happen, there are no consequences for covering up and it will happen again.

2016 Oct 31 Derbyshire Independent Child abuse – Police and council officers caught destroying evidence and falsifying records [1] 

Child abuse – Police and council officers caught destroying evidence and falsifying records

Senior social workers and police officers falsified and destroyed records after Kids for Cash UK exposed evidence of harm to a twelve-year-old Derby boy whose mother was found by a court to have made multiple false allegations of domestic violence.

An investigation by Kids for Cash UK has revealed that Derbyshire Constabulary police officers and senior social workers within Derby City Council’s Children’s Services department destroyed evidence and falsified official records to conceal severe psychological harm being caused to a child after its junior officers had been duped by false claims of domestic violence made by the child’s mother.

In a Derby court, the mother was found to have lied to social workers and police officers and had gained the support of friends by concocting false accounts of domestic violence that she spread, over a period of months, using Facebook messaging. The mother had previously used the false allegations to secretly obtain a court order to prevent the father’s access, allowing her to continue the psychological abuse of the child. When witnesses came forward for a court trial with information that the child was being sedated and psychologically abused, the mother organised friends to seek out the witnesses and conduct a prolonged campaign of witness intimidation against them. Police officers and social workers failed to share key evidence from independent witnesses and allowed the abuse to continue. When the failures came to light, senior social workers and police officers falsified official records and destroyed evidence.

Lawrence English, Senior District Crown Prosecutor said, “The Crown Prosecution Service made enquiries with the police to see whether [we] could replicate the [prosecution] file submitted by the police. It became apparent that not all of the material referred to by the reviewing lawyer is still held by the police.”

Despite claims from CPS that it was willing to review the file, the Derbyshire Independent has seen documentary evidence that confirms that CPS later refused to review a prosecution file reconstructed by Kids for Cash UK after it had recaptured the original evidence, as well copies of additional evidence that had been withheld and then later destroyed by police officers.

David Gale of Kids for Cash UK said, “Our investigations have confirmed that the mother subjected the child to a prolonged period of severe psychological abuse despite the authorities admitting to having received clear independent evidence pointing to the harm being caused. It is clear from the documentary evidence that we have gathered that senior officers within Derby City Council and Derbyshire Constabulary have failed in their statutory duty to ensure that they have procedures in place to secure evidence and to ensure that official records are not falsified by officers seeking to avoid blame. The latest evidence suggests that the police, Derby City Council Children’s Services, and the Crown Prosecution Service have colluded to prevent their failures from coming to light.”

Following Kids for Cash UK’s analysis of five years’ of raw statistical data, gained through Freedom of Information requests served on the Ministry of Justice, an epidemic of false claims relating to domestic violence in the East Midlands has been exposed. The Ministry of Justice has confirmed that it recently launched a nationwide investigation into legal aid fraud related to false claims of domestic violence. That investigation is starting in Derbyshire.

Derbyshire Constabulary’s Chief Constable, Mick Creedon, declined to respond when we asked him to comment on this case.

Please note that victims of abuse may be triggered by reading this information. These links are generally UK based.

  • The Sanctuary for the Abused [A] has advice on how to prevent triggers.
  • National Association for People Abused in Childhood [B] has a freephone helpline and has links to local support groups.
  • Other useful sites are One in Four [C]
  • and Havoca [D].
  • Useful post on Triggers [E]  from SurvivorsJustice [F] blog.
  • Jim Hoppers pages on Mindfulness [G]  and Meditation [H] may be useful.
  • Hwaairfan blog An Indigenous Australian Approach to Healing Trauma  [J]
  • Survivors UK for victims and survivors of male rape or the sexual abuse of men [K]
  • Voicing CSA group [L] helps arrange survivors meetings in your area
  • A Prescription for me blog Various emotional support links [M]
  • ShatterBoys -“Male Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse Inspiring change, Through Shared Experience Whilst Building Connections…Together We Can Heal” [N]


[1] 2016 Oct 31 Derbyshire Independent Child abuse – Police and council officers caught destroying evidence and falsifying records

[A] Sanctuary for the Abused

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9 Responses to Derbyshire Child Abuse Cover up partners – Police, Council and CPS

  1. Pingback: Derbyshire Child Abuse Cover up partners – Police, Council and CPS — cathy fox blog | circusbuoy

  2. Paulholly says:

    Cathy another up to the minute great post, got a security warning from windows whilst on the site I just clicked trust this site and carried on but it gave me that paranoid feeling that I’m sure you get all the time! been meaning to ask you do you think Cliff Richards suing of the bbc could be his Oscar Wilde moment?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Thanks, but this was not my work, just a reblog worthy of wider readership. On Cliff, I have had no information from anyone abused by him ,given to me. I think he was a prostituted child, but whether he went on to be a perpetrator I cannot say. If he was at Elm guest House, he may have been the abused not the abuser. But I have very limited information. If S.Yorkshire had had evidence, they should have arrested him, unless of course the intention was to mess up the investigation deliberately.


    • Re security warning, that is annoying, not heard anyonen say that before, but it does not surprise me. anyone telling the truth is a threat to the establishment and corporations


  3. hollie greig justice says:

    great post reblogged

    Liked by 1 person

  4. artmanjosephgrech says:

    One must ask what is the point of the statutory Inquiry if it is not to undertake independent thorough and comprehensive investigations in this and similar situations publishing a report at the end of the investigation once any new or ongoing judicial and management investigations have been completed. Too many people have been seduced into believing this was the function of the Inquiry with its significantly restricted terms of reference and he abdication of Government and Parliament because the Inquiry is independent and looking into us. Interestingly despite the BBC Five Live Investigation into the abusive of stripping of children by polices forces there was no urgent question to the Home Secretary or urgent Ministerial statement after the wide mainstream media coverage over the weekend..


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