Northumbria Police have charged 20 people with sexual offences as part of Operation Sanctuary
Northumbria Police Deputy Chief Constable Steve Ashman says it's the largest number of charges that they have placed before a court
Twenty more people have been charged with sexual offences as part of police's Operation Sanctuary probe.
The charges follow the 13-month investigation into allegations of offences committed against vulnerable women and girls across the North East.
So far, 31 people have been charged as part of the operation and the latest charges relate to 12 victims, aged between 13 and 25.
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