Kobe February 19 5:19 without protection for elementary 6 girls who the child asked for help
At dawn on the 10th of this month, the Children's Guidance Center in Kobe City did not protect 6th grade girls who had sought help but instead told them to consult with the police and let them go home. The girls were protected by police and Kobe City said "it was an inappropriate response."
According to Kobe City and the police, at around 3:00 am on October 10, a 6th grade elementary school girl visited the Kobe Children's Center for Children at the Children's Guidance Center in Chuo-ku, Kobe, where she was kicked out of the house. Asking for help.
On the other hand, a male employee of the NPO, which was on duty on behalf of the Child Guidance Center, told him to consult the police over the interphone and did not protect him, but instead returned home.
After this, the girls were rushed to a police box nearby and were protected and re-protected by the Child Guidance Center.
According to the Children's Guidance Center's manual, night visits must be reported to city officials before they are dealt with, but NPO officials report that they have determined that there is no urgency based on their appearance and behavior. It was not.
Kobe City commented, "It was an inappropriate response. I instructed an NPO to ensure that the manual was followed."