Detective Constable Kim Weston, from Wiltshire Police, praised the girl for her bravery in cooperating with the investigation. A sex offender has been jailed for a second time after he was caught again by the same group of paedophile hunters.
Chalmers, 42, of Ebbor Lane, Wookey Hole, who sneaked a secret camera into a bathroom and filmed a woman draped just in a towel, was jailed for a total of 18 weeks after admitting four counts of voyeurism.
Knowle stabbing trial: Updates from court as man stands accused of attempted murder Courts Police were called to Wells Road earlier this year. But it transpired the child - who he sent an obscene video of himself to - was actually a police law enforcer. If police checks show the individual has a record for child sexual offences, or other offences that might put the child at risk, the police will consider sharing this information.
It took six months and eight court dates for sex offender Neville Heyworth to be sentenced, even after he pleaded guilty to two charges of sexually assaulting a child under the age of This has a cumulative effect on the total number of offenders required to register at any one time.
The paedophile incited an year-old boy to commit a sex act by targeting him online and was convicted of 17 different counts of sexual offences involving children. Here are 23 of the worst paedophiles and sex offenders from across the region who have found themselves behind bars in The paedophile was sentenced at Taunton Crown Court in April.
Somerset's top stories direct to your inbox Join for free When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Webb lured children in Swindon in the s by forming a football team called Old Town United, which resulted in a number of them going back to his house in Winifred Street one lunchtime.
He was sentenced at Bournemouth Crown Court on July 26 after admitting three offences of making indecent images of children and breaching a sexual harm prevention order. Figures show there were 1, registered sex offenders living in the Avon and Somerset police force area at the end of March Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support.
The police will disclose information only if it is lawful, necessary and proportionate to do so in the interests of protecting the child, or children, from harm. He told him: "These offences are aggravated very seriously by your previous conviction for rape.
A legal challenge in means offenders can apply for a review of lifetime notification requirements, after at least 15 years for adults and eight years for juveniles.