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Rotherham abuse inquiry ‘needs 100 more officers’

Exclusive: Operation Stovewood’s head says team has been able to contact only 17% of 1,510 possible victims

The UK’s biggest investigation into child sexual exploitation needs 100 more officers to tackle the unprecedented scale of abuse in Rotherham, the head of the operation has told the Guardian.

The National Crime Agency (NCA), which is investigating past grooming offences in the town, has identified more than 1,500 potential victims and 110 suspects, and officers expect those figures to rise.

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