PC Paedophile reporting for duty

Nemesis44UK

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#1
PC Ian Naude of Cheshire police has been convicted of raping a 13-year old.

PC convicted of raping 13-year-old girl

Apparently, this low-life maggot filmed the attack and only joined the police service to gain access to at-risk children.

A copper and a paedo? He's in for an interesting time in prison.

Oh dear, how sad, never mind.
 
#2
PC Ian Naude of Cheshire police has been convicted of raping a 13-year old.

PC convicted of raping 13-year-old girl

Apparently, this low-life maggot filmed the attack and only joined the police service to gain access to at-risk children.

A copper and a paedo? He's in for an interesting time in prison.

Oh dear, how sad, never mind.
They wont be letting him anywhere near the other inmates and he can self-segregate. He might go mad through isolation though.
 
#8
Gives a whole new meaning to taking down your particulars, I hope the other cons tear him a new ********.
 
#9
Fair enough.
I just had something in the back of my mind that they didn't get put into the general prison population for some reason.
The Prison Rules 1999
Rule 45 or 46?
Removal from association
45.—(1) Where it appears desirable, for the maintenance of good order or discipline or in his own interests, that a prisoner should not associate with other prisoners, either generally or for particular purposes, the governor may arrange for the prisoner’s removal from association accordingly.

(2) A prisoner shall not be removed under this rule for a period of more than 3 days without the authority of a member of the board of visitors or of the Secretary of State. An authority given under this paragraph shall be for a period not exceeding one month, but may be renewed from month to month except that, in the case of a person aged less than 21 years who is detained in prison such an authority shall be for a period not exceeding 14 days, but may be renewed from time to time for a like period.

(3) The governor may arrange at his discretion for such a prisoner as aforesaid to resume association with other prisoners, and shall do so if in any case the medical officer or a medical practitioner such as is mentioned in rule 20(3) so advises on medical grounds.

(4) This rule shall not apply to a prisoner the subject of a direction given under rule 46(1).

Close supervision centres
46.—(1) Where it appears desirable, for the maintenance of good order or discipline or to ensure the safety of officers, prisoners or any other person, that a prisoner should not associate with other prisoners, either generally or for particular purposes, the Secretary of State may direct the prisoner’s removal from association accordingly and his placement in a close supervision centre of a prison.

(2) A direction given under paragraph (1) shall be for a period not exceeding one month, but may be renewed from time to time for a like period.

(3) The Secretary of State may direct that such a prisoner as aforesaid shall resume association with other prisoners, either within a close supervision centre or elsewhere.

(4) In exercising any discretion under this rule, the Secretary of State shall take account of any relevant medical considerations which are known to him.
 
#17
Apparently, he had passed vetting even though there had been previous allegations of child abuse involving two neighbouring police services.
 

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