A former Australian police officer, who was extradited from Cambodia in 2007 to face allegations of corruption in Australia, is back in Phnom Penh and working with the Child Protection Unit (CPU) of a local NGO, according to the organizationís executive director. James McCabe, who served in the police force for 15 years and at one point was an officer in Cambodia for the Australian Crime Commission, is running the Cambodian Childrenís Fundís (CCF) newly formed protection unit, which conducts investigations into rights abuses against children, said Scott Neeson, CCFís executive director, during an interview at his organizationís offices in
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