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Old 11-13-2014, 04:48 AM
madmonk28 is offline
Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: Washington, DC
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I'm surprised that I'm the first to post this, but apparently the New Orleans detectives responsible for investigating sexual assault, didn't conduct any follow up investigation for 86% of the cases reported to them.
Akron Davis was assigned 13 cases of potential sexual/physical abuse involving children in which the juvenile victims potentially were still in the same home where the alleged abuse occurred. Of those 13, 11 lacked a supplemental report. Cases in which infants were hospitalized for skull fractures, a toddler tested positive for a sexually transmitted disease and a young child complained of sexual abuse at the hands of a registered sex offender were among those identified by the New Orleans Inspector General's office as failing to get proper investigations.