Police called to allegations of sexual assaults at Park Hill Junior School in Croydon

Park Hill Junior School

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Police were called to allegations of sexual assaults involving several pupils at a Croydon primary school, it has emerged.

Officers launched an investigation into claims three girls were assaulted by boys at Park Hill Junior School in Stanhope Road.

No arrests were made and no further action will be taken, with police satisfied no offences were committed.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: "We can confirm that officers were called in relation to an allegation of a sexual assault on January 15 involving pupils at a school in central Croydon.

"After a thorough primary investigation, we can confirm that no further actions will be taken in relation to this matter."

No one at the school was available to comment on Wednesday afternoon.

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1:40pm Thu 6 Mar 14

alroutemaster says...

So is anybody going to be charged with wasting police time?
So is anybody going to be charged with wasting police time? alroutemaster
  • Score: 4

1:47pm Fri 7 Mar 14

ANNE GILES says...

If an allegation is made, police have to attend.
If an allegation is made, police have to attend. ANNE GILES
  • Score: 3

1:55pm Fri 7 Mar 14

alroutemaster says...

ANNE GILES wrote:
If an allegation is made, police have to attend.
Yes I know that, I once worked for the police. But people can still be charged with wasting police time if the allegations are ****............
[quote][p][bold]ANNE GILES[/bold] wrote: If an allegation is made, police have to attend.[/p][/quote]Yes I know that, I once worked for the police. But people can still be charged with wasting police time if the allegations are ****............ alroutemaster
  • Score: 2

3:06pm Fri 7 Mar 14

Anon0308 says...

No one knows the real story!!!
No one knows the real story!!! Anon0308
  • Score: 5

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