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If you want to make a criminal complaint you should contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101.
If you wish to pursue a civil claim against an organisation, you would be advised to seek independent legal advice either by contacting a solicitor directly, or via the Citizen’s Advice Bureau.
We have been jointly investigating allegations of historical abuse, some of which are of a sexual nature, for a number of years now with Nottinghamshire Police.
"From the outset, we have taken these allegations seriously, some of which date back to the 1940s when predecessor organisations were in charge of children's homes.
The use of corporal punishment remained acceptable, and regulation of residential care was minimal, until the 1990s.
Child protection procedures were established in the early 1980s, with sexual abuse being included from 1985.
Civil claims for compensation, relating to historical physical and sexual abuse, are underway against both councils, centring on but not exclusive to Beechwood Community Home.
There have been more than 100 claims submitted to the Councils to date a number of which have already been settled.
This council is committed to always doing everything we can, with our partners, to protect children from them and keep children in Nottingham safe.The safety and wellbeing of children in our care is our highest priority.Residential care has transformed over the period these allegations relate to, changing from large institutions intended for providing containment, sometimes punishment, and education through to community homes and to the current provision of small group homes for those children unable to live in a family environment.The City Council always encourages anybody aware of or affected by abuse, current or historical, to come forward and speak to us on 01 or the Police by calling 101.All calls will be treated with absolute confidentiality.
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Work overseen by this group is underway to ensure that any lessons are learnt from what happened in the past at children's homes in Nottinghamshire, how services at those homes were delivered, and how local agencies have responded to the allegations of abuse, and will engage survivors or representative groups in this process.