Australian police official delayed action on abuse reports against Church
Catholic World News - May 15, 2013
Charges of sexual abuse by Catholic priests sat on the desk of a top-ranking Australian police official for months, a government investigating panel has been told.
A regional police director said that she was “waiting for more information” before pursuing the complaints, deciding which local bureau would be best suited for the probe.
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