The detective leading the investigation into alleged historical abuse at a now-defunct County Durham detention centre has told ITV News his team has gathered all the information needed to move to the "suspect stage".
Durham Constabulary's Det Supt Paul Goundry said his team had formally interviewed nearly all of the 915 former detainees that reported being victims of sexual or physical abuse and had built up a clear picture of how Medomsley Detention Centre operated for the 25 years it was open.
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