Operations Xeres was launched by Nottinghamshire Police in early 2015 looking at similar allegations in the north of the county dating from the 1940s to the 1990s.
Operation Daybreak and Operation Xeres are now being managed by the police under the umbrella of Operation Equinox.
The site might be temporarily down or it may have been moved permanently to a new web address.For more information, please email our support team: [email protected] claims for compensation, relating to historical physical and sexual abuse, are underway against both councils, centring on but not exclusive to Beechwood Community Home.There have been more than 100 claims submitted to the Councils to date a number of which have already been settled.Some of the allegations date back to the 1950s through to around 2000.
Both councils and the police have previously taken action in earlier cases of historical abuse.
We have been jointly investigating allegations of historical abuse, some of which are of a sexual nature, for a number of years now with Nottinghamshire Police.
"From the outset, we have taken these allegations seriously, some of which date back to the 1940s when predecessor organisations were in charge of children's homes.
There will be opportunities to provide evidence to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse - for more information go to the Inquiry website here: Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse Operation Daybreak involves allegations ranging from emotional, physical and sexual harm between the 1950s and 2000, with more than 100 allegations to the Police.
A significant number of civil claims have also been received by Nottinghamshire County Council (and the City Council).
It is possible to make either a criminal or a civil claim on their own, or to or to progress both at the same time.