OCA investigation assault of Trelawny boy
OCA continues intervention in alleged assault of Trelawny boy
The Office of the Children’s Advocate (OCA) is continuing its intervention into the case involving a seven-year-old boy from Clarks Town primary school in Trelawny, who was assaulted by other male students.
The boy, who is in grade two, was reportedly sodomized with a stick. The child is currently receiving medical attention. The other boys involved in the matter are also from grade two.
A team from the OCA visited the school yesterday (Nov 8). Statements were collected from the mother and child victim yesterday.
Children’s Advocate, Mrs. Diahann Gordon-Harrison says her team continues to collect the necessary statements.
She highlighted some of the areas that will be assessed to determine the necessary intervention.