It seems that children lived in an abusive environment care centers at Britain which had been assessed as suitable, according to a BBC report.
For three years, the children appear to have lived in conditions of violence, until in May 2021, the assessment regulator Ofsted put a permanent lock on the centers in question.
The report states that over 100 complaints in care homes children Doncaster, in northern England and southern Yorkshire. The Hesley Group company that managed the houses as well as the Ofsted which had been notified of at least 40 incidents, apologized.
More than 100 children, who were in the houses, are estimated to have suffered serious injuries. A group of experts confirms to the BBC that it was “systemic and continuous abuse” in these houses.
The children, the investigation says, were locked in bathrooms at night, left with soiled clothes, punched and given no medication for days. South Yorkshire Police who are currently questioning his staff Hesley about possible incidents of abuse, he had received a warning from the workers three years before the closure. At the same time, her accounts Hesley they recorded a profit of £12m.
The biggest scandal since 2011
Abuse in juvenile care homes is the worst scandal since Winterbourne View, an aged care home near Bristol which was brought to light by BBC Panorama in 2011.
“We have record numbers of children in care, a workforce crisis and woefully underfunded local authority services and government regulators.”points out Dr Mark Kerr, Deputy Chief Executive of the Association of Juvenile Homes.
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