Rotherham child sex scandal: watchdog says police tried to 'disprove' victims
Damning report from Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary adds to pressure on police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright
Shaun Wright, South Yorkshire's police and crime commissioner, is under intensifying pressure to resign as a new report disclosed his force tried to "disprove" allegations made by sex crime victims.
David Cameron, the Prime Minister, called on Mr Wright to resign over the Rotherham child abuse scandal, as the commissioner's own deputy quit her job saying he should go too.
Mr Wright's police force was criticised by official police watchdogs for showing a "disregard for victims".
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