Sex Abuse Reported In Police Explorer Program

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http://customwire.ap.org/dynamic/stories/E/EXPLORERS_ABUSE?SITE=LABAT&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT At least a dozen teenagers assigned to work with police departments as part of the Boy Scouts' Law Enforcement Explorers program have allegedly been sexually abused by officers during the past year, the Associated Press reports. In the past five years, such molestations number at least 25, according to criminologists' research being released Wednesday. Sponsors have promised reforms to the program, which attracts tens of thousands of teens . . .

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