Salvation army suspends officer over sexual abuse inquiry

In 2012, the Salvation Army suspended an officer on child sexual abuse charges over an online chat she was sending to men with “younger boys”.

The Salvation Army’s senior officer in the organisation’s child protection unit, John Williams, ordered a review of sex crimes and child protection issues following reports that a Salvation Army officer had been posting messages on a website where he made suggestions for ways for men to protect young boys.

His review led to a meeting this month with the chief executive, Sue Morrell.

Speaking at a business breakfast on Tuesday, Morrell told the ABC it had been a “painstaking process” but noted she had told the Salvation Army and the police that some of the allegations would be investigated.

“We think we have got answers to some of the questions… We will follow these lines… that come in to view”, she said.

“But we haven’t got answers to any of these ques용인출장샵tions… We will be examining them in light of their outcome.”

A Salvation Army spokesman said it had made no comment to media about its ongoing investigation.

“We cannot give additional details until the criminal and civil investigations have ended as there is no evidence that the charges have been sustained,” the spokesman said in a statement.

One of the young people, named only as John Doe, told how he was made to perform “male bondage” and having a penis inside him on a beach in July last year, during a six-month period.

At the time the boy said he feared he might be raped if he did not report the abuse.

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Speaking at a business breakfast on Tuesday, John Doe, 17, told how he had been made to perform “male bondage” and having a penis inside him on a beach in July last year, during a six-month period.

In August he told the ABC: “I’ve had people who have been telling me that I’m a paedophile.

“I just don’t know what I’d do without the sex.”

On Tuesday, Mr Williams said the review of sex crimes and child protection issues had been “totemic” in the wake of a report by Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper into the way the Salvation Army handles sexual assaults.

He 인터넷 바카라said sex offenders should be charged, but only if there was sufficient evidence to support the claim, and only if it was against a child who had been in the servic