Saturday, 10 August 2013
We should like to show you a picture of DC Kenny Stark, but, he plays his image cards, close to his chest. Not so, on social media, though ... he likes to tweet about his job and ongoing cases ...
8 Aug 2013 18:58
Sussex Police considers RETURNING paedophile's [sic] pictures of children officers seized
"The convicted paedophile [sic] asked for the return of a memory card with snaps he took of youngsters in public
Police are considering giving seized photographs of children BACK to a convicted paedophile. [sic]
The man asked for the return of a memory card with snaps he took of youngsters in public.
The Paedophile On-Line Investigation Team [sic] wants Sussex Police’s solicitor to advise on whether to hand it over, sparking angry pleas from charities fighting child abuse.
Det Con Kenny Stark, of Brighton, tweeted: “Dilemma in POLIT [sic] office, male convicted of indecent images of children wants memory card (from his camera) back.
"Card contains (non-indecent) photos he took of children in public areas. Law books being consulted. Card was seized as potential evidence but no indecent images of children were found on it.
“They are legal images even though they’re not of his own children. It is a legal v moral dilemma.”"
8:03am Thursday 8th August 2013
Sussex Police to consider returning photos of children to paedophile [sic]
"Sussex Police to consider returning photos of children to paedophile [sic]
Sussex Police is considering returning photographs of children to a paedophile.[sic]
The convicted offender has asked police to hand back a memory card containing pictures he had taken of youngsters in a public place.
Officers from the Paedophile On-Line Investigation Team (POLIT) [sic] have now contacted the Force’s solicitor to ask whether to agree to giving him the pictures back.
Charities warned even though the pictures were not “indecent” they should not be returned.
The news emerged in a series of tweets from Detective Constable Kenny Stark who is based at Sussex House in Hollingbury, Brighton.
He wrote: “Dilemma in the POLIT [sic] office today, male convicted of possession of indecent images of children wants memory card (from his camera) back."
There is no dilemma. The images are legal, and the man's copyright and property - period.
As for the 'POLIT', do you have the following, as well?:
The SOLIT - Schizophrenic On-Line Investigation Team,
The DOLIT - Depression On-Line Investigation Team,
The BPDOLIT - Borderline Personality Disorder On-Line Investigation Team,
Get with the programme, Sussex... you are a PPU (Public Protection Unit).