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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Police say they've received a significant number of calls and emails - since alleged historical abuse has come to light at Auckland's Dilworth School

    Police say they've received a significant number of calls and emails - since alleged historical abuse has come to light at Auckland's Dilworth School


    Seven men have been charged to date -- following a year-long investigation.

    Detective Senior Sergeant Geoff Baber says Operation Beverly has received more than 70 phone calls from members of the public.

    He says investigators are following up a number of enquiries with the new information.

    Baber says they've also increased staff working the investigation -- including having a counsellor.

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