(PRWEB UK) 28 May 2014
According to a BBC News article dated 3 May 2014: Arrest over alleged Old Deanery Care Home Abuse, a 40-year old woman was detained by the police on the allegations of abuse at the Old Deanery in Braintree. A total of seven people working in the retirement home, which is owned by Anglia Retirement Homes Ltd, were fired, after Panorama footage showed that one of the residents of the home suffering from dementia was struck by employees. The woman who was arrested has been subsequently released on bail to await further investigation.
The investigation was started by Essex police when suspicions were aroused that the retirement home residents were being handled roughly, abused, neglected, or even struck by members of the staff. The retirement home can house up to 93 residents, and costs up to £700 a week per resident.
In light of the events described by the BBC News, London Private Investigators (http://www.london-privateinvestigators.co.uk/), offers potential clients help when it comes to matters regarding care home abuse. If you are yourself are the victim, or know someone that is a victim of care home abuse, please act as quickly as possible and contact our agency immediately. Skilled private detectives are extremely capable when it comes to handling this type of case. London Private Investigators is one of the finest private detective services in the country; rest assured that every case will not go unsolved for long. London Private Investigators will investigate the matter in a professional and timely manner.
Chief investigator at London Private Investigators, Ronnie Stewart, issued the following statement upon reading the article in the BBC News: “Home abuse is a very serious issue that can have dramatic consequences for the victim, both physical and psychological. It is an issue that is a lot more common that we think. It is important to remember that there is no shame in coming forward and reaching out for help. That’s why we are here. London Private Investigators detectives will take all the facts into account and conduct an investigation, which will result in solid evidence against the abuser, who will be able to hurt the victim no longer. Put a stop to it today”, concludes chief investigators Stewart.
If you have found yourself among those lines, you can contact Ronnie Stewart by calling 020 7127 0406 in order to arrange a private consultation at:
London Private Investigators
London, SW1H 0PH.