Derbyshire man caught with horrific images of young children being abused
A Derbyshire man was caught with horrific images of young children being abused on his mobile phone.
Dozens of indecent images were found on the device by police in March this year after they took possession of a phone belonging to Jamie Woodland.
These included some of the very worst type of child abuse images, including ones showing children thought to be between the ages of three and five being raped.
Derby Crown Court was told on Thursday, May 20, that by possessing the mobile phone and by deleting images on a device, the 29-year-old was in breach of an existing Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO).
That order was given to him at Sheffield Crown Court in 2018, when he was jailed after spending months of sending sexualised messages to an undercover police officer who he thought was a schoolgirl.
Sarah Allen, prosecuting, told the court, that the father-of-two had not told police he had bought a new phone in December last year.
“That was handed to the police by his girlfriend after his arrest,” she said.
She said police had found 70 Category A images on the device – the worst type of abuse images.
These included images of girls aged between three and five years old being raped and abused.
The phone also had 17 Category B images showing children between the ages of six and 12, and 83 Category C images.
“He denied he had seen any of the images on the mobile phone, he said he had purchased it and forgotten he had had it,” Ms Allen said.
“In August 2018 he was sentenced for two counts of attempting to cause a child to watch sexual activity. He was made the subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.
Woodland, of Shuttlewood Road, Bolsover, pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent photograph/pseudo-photograph of a child, and two breaches of a SHPO.
Jailing Woodland for 13 months, he said: “You know there are very real victims in relation to these images. It’s a deliberate breach by you.”