Is this going to be a “I’m rubber, you’re glue” discussion?
Just acknowledge the fact that this foundation has every intent to pursue legal action first foremost. And 200 “reports” of child abuse are not 200 “incidents” of child abuse.
I am pretty sure that I read somewhere that this organization is also accepting reports of hearsay too, you know, “ I know someone who said they were abused by X “.
The incentive is clearly to balloon the numbers to make it seem worse than what it is. I think your government makes a distinction between rape and touching of the breast for example. I could be wrong.
But your question, a policy with flaws, or a policy with imperfections, it’s not the same as a policy which covers up child abuse.