Focus: Security

Security at nursing home where sex assault occurred called 'non-existant'

April 3, 2017

Security at Buffalo, N.Y., nursing home where a sex assault occurred has been called 'non-existant,' according to an article on the WKBW website.

A resident who is a convicted sex offender, allegedly entered a woman's room and assaulted her.

According to the article,  residents there had no idea a convicted sex offender was living among them. One resident's family member called the security at the facility "non-existant."

A spokesman for the facility said that police notified them of the man's past abuses only after he had already been living there.

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