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Detectives from Dyfed-Powys Police have met with representatives from Caldey Abbey to ensure that children visiting the island in the future are kept safe.
It's understood six women were paid compensation following claims against a monk - Thaddeus Kotik in the 70s and 80s. But it's feared there could be more potential victims.
The Abbey has apologised for not passing complaints to the police, and the monk has since died.
Police are asking any other victims and survivors to share their experience with the Truth Project to assist in understanding the long term impact of abuse and support recommendations.
Dyfed-Powys Police officers say they have received two further reports of historical sexual abuse on Caldey Island.
They relate to offences committed during the same time period (between 1977 and 1987) and with the same named perpetrator Thaddeus Kotik.
Police say they have also received one further report of a sexual assault by another man at Caldey Island around the same time frame.
The man was visiting Caldey Island at the time and no longer lives there.
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The abbot of Caldey Abbey has apologied after it was alleged one of the island's monks sexually abused children in the 1970s and 80s.
It's understood six women were paid compensation following claims against a monk - Thaddeus Kotik in the 70s and 80s.