Children 'left traumatised' by police raids

Neil Puffett
Monday, November 7, 2016

Children who are at home during police raids to arrest a parent or family should get more support to help them deal with the trauma, a charity has said.

 A police investigation into widespread child exploitation in Newcastle results in 30 arrests and 18 convictions. Picture: NTI
A police investigation into widespread child exploitation in Newcastle results in 30 arrests and 18 convictions. Picture: NTI

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