Statement from Cape Cod Children's Place Executive Director Cindy Horgan, reproduced verbatim:
Cape Cod Children’s Place is heartbroken at the news that Noah Campbell-Halley has been charged by the Brewster Police Department with sexually assaulting students at Stony Brook Elementary School. This is devastating to our community in so many ways, and we are holding all our local families in our hearts.
It has been reported that Mr. Campbell-Halley was an employee at Cape Cod Children’s Place in Eastham in 2010 and that there was a report of indecent assault by him made to the Eastham Police. At that time Cape Cod Children’s Place, in accordance with the law, reported the incident and cooperated fully and openly with a police investigation that included forensic specialists. It was determined that there was no evidence to support any finding of inappropriate behavior. The police closed the file on that matter. Inquiries about that investigation can be directed to Eastham Police Chief Edward Kulhawik at 508-255-0551.
Legally, we are constrained from further discussion about Mr. Campbell-Halley’s employment history. For any inquiries about this you may speak with our attorney, Duane P. Landreth at 508-255-2133.
Our guiding principle is to help our local families raise children in healthy, nurturing, and safe environments. For families needing support at this difficult time, we are here to help. We’d also like to direct families to the wonderful helpers available at Children’s Cove, who have resources and knowledge about speaking with your children regarding sexual abuse. Children’s Cove can be reached at 508-375-0410.