German bishops require informing prosecutors of abuse reports
Catholic World News - August 31, 2010
The Catholic bishops of Germany have adopted a new set of policies to govern the handling of sex-abuse complaints. The new rules require that all credible reports of abuse should be forwarded to civil law-enforcement officials.
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