Teacher charged with sex offences

16 Mar 2013 @ 12.31 pm
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Issued by North Yorkshire Police

North Yorkshire Police’s Protecting Vulnerable Persons Unit have charged a former York teacher with 23 sex offences.

The man is aged 31 and taught at three primary schools in York. He was charged with 23 offences including possessing indecent images of children, voyeurism, making indecent images, sexual touching and sexual activity with a boy under 13.

He was charged on 14 March 2013 and was remanded in custody to appear at York Magistrates’ Court the following day. He was released on conditional court bail to an address not in North Yorkshire. He is due back at York Magistrates’ Court for a committal hearing in May 2013.

The parents of children who attend all three schools have been notified of the charges.


Anyone who has been subjected to any from of sexual abuse should not hesitate to contact the police.

North Yorkshire Police has specially trained officers who work in dedicated protection units across the force. As well as investigating the crime, they can also provide advice about other support services, separate from the police, which are available to victims of sexual and violent crime.

You can either call the police non-emergency number 101, or if it is an emergency or your safety is threatened please always call 999.

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