Anorak | Police looking for sexual abuse shut down Rochdale takeaway with no evidence nor proof of criminality

Police looking for sexual abuse shut down Rochdale takeaway with no evidence nor proof of criminality

by | 23rd, November 2012

TO Rochdale, scene of sexual depravity, paedophilia and Cyril Smith . The Times reports that Tariq’s Pizza Plus, in Milnrow, near Rochdale, Great Manchester, has been closed. There have been allegations made about a man who worked at the premises.

Earlier in the year nine men were jailed for numerous child-sex crimes in and around Rochdale. In November, nine more men appeared in court accused of sex offences allegedly committed against a Rochdale girl between 2008 and 2009.

But why close the eatery?

The worker at the Milnrow takeaway has been banned by a magistrate from contacting certain girls.

He has also been issued with several abduction notices as police continue to gather evidence.

What’s an “abduction notice”? The police tell us:

Children and young persons who persistently go missing often place themselves at significant risk of harm by forming associations and relationships with inappropriate individuals, sometimes much older than themselves. They can leave themselves vulnerable, particularly to sexual or physical exploitation. Such relationships go against the wishes of the child’s parents and carers.

A child/young person may go missing repeatedly and nearly always be found to have been in the company of the same adult, deemed inappropriate to be associating with them. In order to disrupt the criminal or undesirable activities of adults associating with young people, police can serve Child Abduction Warning Notices, formerly known as Harbourers Warning Notices. The Notices tend to be used where arrest/prosecution for any substantive offences is not available or is inappropriate at that time.

What is a Child Abduction Warning Notice?

A Child Abduction Warning Notice identifies the child/young person and confirms the suspect has no permission to associate with or

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