R. (JC) V FIRST-TIER TRIBUNAL(CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION: REASONS)  UKUT 396 (AAC) (03 November 2010) In June 2003 the Applicant was employed by Network Rail. In February 2006 she made a claim for compensation from CICA under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2001 alleging that she was lured to a room at her place of work, was physically held there against her will by three senior employees with a fourth acting as sentry outside the door, and while in the room was subjected to physical assaults and to mental torment including verbal sexual abuse. Full report here.
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