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Statement on Royal Commission Case Study 10 Findings

3 August 2015

The Salvation Army (Australia Eastern Territory) acknowledges the release of Case Study 10 findings today.

The Salvation Army apologises to the survivors and their families who have been hurt by its failures and actions and for the pain and suffering they have in the past endured and continue to endure. As with Case Study 5, The Salvation Army would again like to offer its unreserved, deepest and sincerest apologies to survivors and their families for the trauma and effect this abuse has caused all throughout their lives.

The Salvation Army is profoundly sorry for the harm which has been caused.

The Salvation Army has been fully cooperative, open and transparent in dealing with The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

We are currently examining the findings and the recommendations handed down regarding Case Study 10. Once this material has been reviewed, we will be in a position to comment further and in greater detail.

The Salvation Army encourages anyone who was abused in any way to contact our Centre for Restoration directly on (02) 9266 9781 or

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