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Falklands : FALKLANDS: INVESTIGATION INTO FORMER FICS TEACHER
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 31.03.2014 (Article Archived on 05.05.2014)

The Falkland Islands Government confirm that an investigation is on-going regarding allegations of sexual activity with a child against a former teacher at the Falkland Islands Community School. The former teacher left the Falkland Islands several years ago and is now resident in the United Kingdom.

INVESTIGATION INTO FORMER FICS TEACHER

The Falkland Islands Government confirm that an investigation is on-going regarding allegations of sexual activity with a child against a former teacher at the Falkland Islands Community School. The former teacher left the Falkland Islands several years ago and is now resident in the United Kingdom.

A statement on Monday from the Royal Falkland Islands Police confirmed that information regarding the allegations had been received and forwarded to a Police Force in the United Kingdom, who subsequently arrested, then bailed the person in question.

All members of Education Department staff employed by Falkland Islands Government undergo background checks with the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Annie Tempest, Director of Education has stated that the Education Department of the Falkland Islands Government will fully co-operate with police forces during this investigation.

The Falkland Islands Government can make no further comment on this case as it is an active criminal investigation.

For further information regarding this press statement, please contact the Public Relations & Media Office, +500 27400.

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