Police Drop Kids Company Abuse Investigation Over Insufficient Evidence, Angles
Jan 29, 2016 05:41 AM EST
Scotland Yard dismissed the case of Kids Company because of insufficient evidences and lack of angles in the case. The Kids Company was accused of abusing and engaging kids in sexual harrasment.
The Scotland police department dropped the case of the Kids Company because they can't see enough evidences to pin down the accused. Kids Company was accused of hurting the kids and corrupting the budget.
On Thursday, the metropolitan police reported that they have failed to expose any confirmation of criminality or failures of maintaining by personnel. According to the Guardian, the investigation by the child abuse command intoabuse allegations supplied by a journalist had also found the reports in most part third-party hearsay and "vague in detail".
The Kids Company is considered by the Prime Minister David Cameron as a "vital and good" charity. The government led the charity at least £40m, majority from the Department of the Education. But good things must come to an end for the charity when several reports were filed concerning about the budget.
Police also received several reports about the sexual abuse matters conducted by the charity. Police stated that they recognized 32 pieces of information or intelligence relating to a period between 2008 and 2015, linkage to the staff and children of the charity.
The investigation started about last year when the investigators started receiving multiple reports concerning the charity's alleged financial negligence. The charity founder Camila Batmanghelidjh announced last August that the charity will close due to these budget problems.
Last December the former chairman of Kids Company's trustees Alan Yentob, disagreed with accusations of financial delinquency and stated that allegations of sexual violence were "uncorroborated", Financial Times reported.
After weeks of intensive hearings wherein Batmanghelidjh was reportedly employing non-stop hiring of "non-stop spiel of psychobabble, instead of answering the questions; Daily Mail reported the public administration and constitutional affairs committee investigation will be issued on Monday.
Even though the police department has already dropped the case, the Charity commission will still investigate. Up to this moment, the commission is still searching evidences to pin down the Kids Company.