Comment on Auckland School police investigation

Published: Fri 17 Nov 2000 06:24 PM
17 November 2000 Media Statement
Comment on police investigation at an Auckland School
Acting Education Minister Steve Maharey says Ministers have been briefed on the issues surrounding the arrest of an Auckland teacher.
"Matters involving police investigations were often devastating on school communities and the Ministry of Education and other agencies are working closely with the school involved to offer support to students, families and staff.
"While a suppression order remains in place, the Government will not make any further public comment on this issue," he said.

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