There has been some evidence received showing how West Midlands Police were allegedly aware of a child abuser, using a false name to record his criminal caution.
If true, this will show how the repeat offender’s past has been kept from the Magistrates courts on further criminal convictions received.
The alleged offender appears to be supported by a number of other people even in light of the allegations against him!
“Although a caution is not a conviction, it forms a part of a person’s criminal record and can be used as evidence of bad character if a person is prosecuted for another crime, and Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks for certain types of employment.”
The alleged offender is known to be working in an environment that teaches children and he has been prosecuted for other crimes!
Goverment Policy for where a caution can be issued states clearly that the offence has to be admitted to be issued AND must be a minor offence.
I was unaware CHILD ABUSE was a minor offence?
West Midlands Police have been contacted and asked for comment.
The evidence is currently being checked for authenticity and will be reported on soon…
A meeting with Lancashire Police today and the alias name has been given to them.
The D.O.B of the false name has been confirmed to match the D.O.B. of another offender and the name of the child victim associated with the false named offender matches the child’s name same as the offenders..
It has been discovered that the false name was used for certain debts as well as police cautions. The real name was kept ‘clean’.
This is looking like a positive match.