A confidential report into why a Midland schoolgirl killed herself, after her claim that she was raped was kept secret, has been removed from the internet.
Anna Marie Averill, aged 15, was found hanged in the garden of her family's home in Quinton, Birmingham, in May 2005.
The bright pupil had transferred to Hillcrest School, in Bartley Green, in September 2000. Four months before her death, Anna Marie was admitted to Birmingham Children's Hospital after taking an overdose of tablets, which her parents Patrick and Annette Averill believed to be linked to bullying at school.
But a report by the Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board, published last September, revealed she committed suicide three weeks after confiding her secret rape ordeal to a community nurse.
The document stated the NHS worker respected the teenager's plea not to tell anybody, and did not alert police or social services, as required by law.
The Board, which investigates child deaths where neglect or abuse are suspected, stated the delay in telling police could have put other potential victims at risk.
Last night Andrea Hickman, the panel's independent chairman, said: "Our sympathies remain with the family and we are saddened that two years on the family are again reminded of this tragedy.
"Following the outcome of the inquest, the coroner concluded that Anna Marie's death was formally recorded as accidental.
"It is a Government requirement that safeguarding boards undertake a serious case review following an unexplained child death.
"This is to establish where there are lessons to be learned from the case about the way in which local professionals and organisations work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
"Serious case reviews are not inquiries into how a child died or who is culpable, that is a matter for the coroner's and criminal courts, respectively, to determine. And in this case the coroner recorded a verdict of accidental death."
Birmingham City Council, which oversee the Board's administration, last night removed all executive summaries of patient reports from the internet.
A council spokeswoman added: "We have temporarily removed all summaries from the safeguarding board's website."