She recounted how Ahmed - who encouraged victims to call him 'Daddy' - would ply her with vodka before she was abused.Ahmed, who was 59 when he was eventually convicted, would pass girls around to other gang members.She told author Nigel Bunyan in The Sun: 'The police and social workers betrayed a generation of girls by turning a blind eye.'They knew exactly what was going on - they just didn't want to stop it.They knew the girls were under-age, they knew the men abusing them were Asian.'They were just too politically correct to admit it.'Girl A, now a mum living in the south of England, said police were so worried about being seen as racist that they referred to girls making 'lifestyle choices' in official reports.They included Afraz Ahmed, a former bus driver who picked up two of his young victims from school and offered them free tickets.He was originally questioned in 2006 but a decision was made not to prosecute him after he claimed the girls' complaints against him were racially motivated.In total, 13 officers were investigated and seven were given misconduct notices, but none faced further proceedings after the report was issued.After the report, Assistant Chief Constable, Dawn Copley said: 'I want to say we openly acknowledge that mistakes were made and victims were let down.'For our part in that we apologise to the victims and we give them our assurance that lessons have been learned, changes have been made and we are determined to use this to continue making improvements.'In April last year, 10 men were jailed for a total of more than 125 years for sexual offences against eight girls and women in Rochdale.
A then-40-year-old man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was jailed for 23 years after he was convicted of rape and attempting to abduct a child in relation to three victims.
The court heard he had sex with one girl in his taxi 20 to 30 times.
Abdul Aziz was convicted of trafficking and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child and jailed for nine years.
Abid Khan, of Liverpool, was jailed for six-and-a-half years and Mohammed Zahid, of Rochdale, for five years after both were found guilty of sexual activity with a child.
Mohammed Dauood, of Burnley, was jailed for 16 years after he was convicted of offences in relation to two victims including rape, sexual activity with a child and sexual assault.