Ian Sampson – Lowestoft

The UK & Ireland Database

January 2009

Social worker downloaded child abuse images

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A SOCIAL worker who fronted a youth activities project has been spared jail after he admitted downloading abuse images.

Grandfather Ian Sampson, 55, was banned from ever working with children again after Ipswich Crown Court heard he had collected indecent images and videos of children under the age of 10.

The 57 images were found on Sampson’s hard drive by a friend last September. The Suffolk County Council employee was dismissed from his job after he admitted the offence.

Sampson, of Pakefield Street, Lowestoft, was given a 26-week suspended sentence prison sentence when he appeared at court yesterday.

He had previously admitted downloading the material through a file-sharing software programme from his home.

The court heard how the former social worker had asked a friend to build a new computer for him after his previous desktop stopped working.

The workshop manager was…

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Shamin/Giash/Uddin/Robert Jackson – Manchester

The UK & Ireland Database

October 2013

Three Men Jailed for Sexually Abusing Vulnerable Girls 

The three men, who were found guilty at an earlier date, were all sentenced today, Monday 28 October 2013 at Manchester Crown Court.

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Shamin Uddin (born 08/12/1986) (pic above) from Chorlton -on-Medlock was found guilty of two counts of rape, two counts of attempt rape and sexual activity with a girl aged 13 to 15. He has been sentenced to 19 years in prison.

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Giash Uddin (born 30/12/1985) (pic above) was found guilty of sexual activity with a girl aged 13 to 15. He has been sentenced to six years in prison

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Robert Jackson (born 09/10/1989) (pic above) from Chorlton-on-Medlock was found guilty of rape. He has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.

In March 2011, social workers in the Stockport area became concerned about a number of young girls who were going missing from home, who they…

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William Turner – Burntwood

The UK & Ireland Database

July 2013

Jail for man who abused girl for a number of years

A BURNTWOOD man who sexually abused a young girl has been jailed for 32 months.

Ex-serviceman William Turner started indecently touching the girl when she was only seven years old and continued the abuse for a number of years.

Miss Laura Hobson, prosecuting, said that on one occasion Turner gave her a bottle of wine to drink and she was sick.

The victim did tell her parents about the abuse when she was in her teens, although nothing came of it, but it was not until December last year that, as an adult woman, she went to the police.

When confronted, Turner confessed immediately.

Turner, now aged 60, of Bridge Cross Road in Burntwood, admitted seven specimen charges of indecent assault.

Judge Stuart Rafferty QC told him: “You, in drink, with her at your flat, did things…

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John Malcolm – Peterlee

The UK & Ireland Database

July 2013

Pervert locked up after horrific daylight sex attack on boy

A pervert has been locked up indefinitely after grabbing a young boy in the street and subjecting him to a horrific daylight sex attack.

Peterlee man John Andrew Malcolm, 25, will not be released until health officials are satisfied he is not a danger to children.

The family of the youngster say they have had a “horrendous” time since the incident happened and are glad Malcolm is now off the streets.

But they have urged East Durham parents to keep a close eye on their children.

Durham Crown Court was told the young victim was making his way home on his bike in Peterlee when he was approached by Malcolm who took hold of the youngster’s bike before carrying him to a wooded area nearby.

The boy was then sexually assaulted and Malcolm tried to rape the youngster…

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Andrew Welbourn – Broughton

The UK & Ireland Database

July 2013

Jail term for child sex offender

A Broughton man has been sentenced to six years and nine months in prison for a string of child sex offences, Grimsby Crown Court heard.

Andrew Welbourn, 24, of George Street, pleaded guilty to three charges of meeting a child following sexual grooming, six counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

He had been accused of two counts of rape of a child but these charges have now been dropped.

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TJJD Weighs Closing Mental Health Unit, Halfway Houses

Children in Prison WHY THEY ARE THERE?

TJJD Weighs Closing Mental Health Unit, Halfway Houses

  •       by Elizabeth Koh
  •                   July 24, 2013

This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at http://www.texastribune.org/2013/07/24/tjjd-weighs-closing-mental-health-unit-halfway-hou/ . – See more at: http://myhighplains.com/fulltext?nxd_id=404372#sthash.DSUA2vy7.dpuf

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Despite the statewide decrease in staff-on-youth assaults at juvenile correctional facilities, the rate of youth-on-youth assaults has increased following the 2007 legislative reforms.

City leaders in Corsicana are worried about what the likely closure of a 124-year-old youth detention facility that houses mentally ill juvenile offenders will mean for the town’s economic future.

“It’s very difficult to find jobs with state benefits,” said Corsicana Mayor Chuck McClanahan. The closure, he said, “is something we certainly don’t want.”

The Legislature this year approved a budget measure that requires the Texas Juvenile Justice Department to slash about $23 million from its budget and shutter one of its six…

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