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Ringwood man jailed for indecent images of children
10:32am Tuesday 22nd October 2013 in News
A JUDGE spoke out on the exploitation of young children when she jailed a self-employed New Forest man for possessing more than 4,000 sordid still and moving images of children.
Southampton Crown Court heard Trevor Naylor, 55, was arrested after police had received a tip-off he had been accessing the material and arrested him at work.
In interview he told them he was ashamed and disgusted at his behaviour.
Naylor, of Crow Road, Crow, Ringwood, had been committed for sentence after pleading guilty before magistrates to 14 charges of making indecent images and four of possessing them.
Jailing him for ten months, Judge Susan Evans QC told him: “This court does not know what became of those children but I am quite sure they will suffer for the rest of their lives.
“People like you are the market for this material and it is people like you that are the reason why it happens.
“Sending you to prison is a clear message that this sort of thing is disgusting to the public and will not be tolerated.”
Naylor also received a ten-year sexual offences prevention order to protect the public and was placed on the sex offenders register for the same period. He was also banned from working with children.
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