Inquiry says letters to John Worboys' victims 'lacked clarity'

Notification of decision to release black-cab rapist was not readily understandable

Some letters sent to victims of the black-cab rapist, John Worboys, informing them of his impending release, spelled their names wrong and failed to explain the Parole Board’s decision in a way that was readily understandable, an official inquiry has concluded.

The report by Dame Glenys Stacey on the operation of the victim contact scheme in the Worboys case also says some victims who wanted to make a personal statement to the Parole Board were not given enough time and were sent letters that “lacked clarity and urgency”.

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