Malcolm Woodcock, former teacher at Oxfordshire’s prestigious Shiplake College, has been sentenced to a three and half year custodial sentence for indecent assault on a student during the 1970s.
A former Southampton Football Club youth coach has been found guilty by Bournemouth’s Crown Court of 45 counts of indecent assault against 23 boys.
Timothy Lively, a former Stratford police sergeant, has been cleared of six more allegations he had been facing at Warwick Crown Court.
Former PE teacher George Carroll from Bournemouth has admitted nine counts of indecent assault against three pupils during the 1960s and 1970s, as part of Operation Tweed.
The pledge from the Jersey Government follows lobbying by those claiming to be the victims of abuse at Les Chenes during the 1990s and 2000s.
A music teacher has been jailed for a series of sex offences against young boys in West Sussex, south London and Germany.
A former Stratford police sergeant has denied abusing his position to sexually abuse teenagers.
Manchester City have launched a Redress Scheme for victims of historical sexual abuse suffered while under the care of the club over a period of decades. The scheme, which is the first of its kind, paves way for compensation claims arising from footballs’ sexual abuse scandal.
Sean Aldridge, former assistant head teacher at Warblington School, Havant, appeared in Portsmouth Crown Court on Monday 18 February for a plea and trial preparation hearing.
Sean Aldridge, who taught at Warblington School, has been charged with 15 counts of child sex offences alleged to have taken place between 2006 and 2010.He is accused of eight charges of sexual activity with a child as an abuse of a position of trust, and seven charges of engaging in sexual activity with a child