(PRWEB UK) 28 May 2014
As reported in the article by BBC News, dated 6 May 2014: Pedophile Benjamin Ashman jailed in 'largest ever indecent image case', Dorset Police has arrested Benjamin Ashman, 37, of Bournemouth, as part of the largest child indecent image case investigation. Ashman was arrested because he was caught sharing lewd images of young children to pedophiles all across the world via internet. Upon arrest, he pleaded guilty to a total of 30 counts of possession, distribution and taking indecent images of a young child. The youngest child he took an indecent photo of was only for years old. He was sentenced to 18 months, following a trial at Bournemouth Crown Court (case number: T20140083). Dorset Police received information about Ashman after his conversation with another pedophile was picked up by a different agency. The material found on Ashman computer was of the worst classifications of abuse. The police also confiscated Ashman’s phone, which also contained indecent images, as well as conversations with another UK sex offender.
Private Detectives Cardiff (http://privatedetectives-cardiff.co.uk/) gives its full support and applauds the investigation carried out by the Dorset police and its dedicated team of investigators who were able to capture the sex offender. Private detectives at Private Detectives Cardiff have a dedicated team of their own that deals with matters of protecting children online from pedophiles. This type of investigation is among the most complex ones, and the agency puts only its best and most experienced private investigators on the case. Using the latest software and cutting-edge techniques in locating sex offenders who trade sexually explicit images of minors has proved itself useful in capturing the offenders. Private Detectives Cardiff will do everything in its power to put such people behind bars, where they belong. PC Forensics department also plays as significant role in cases like the one described in the article above, and Private Detectives Cardiff has some of the finest experts in the business. A battle against online sex offenders is a difficult one, but it can be won, with the help of dedicated private investigators. All concerned parents should do their best in order to protect their children.
In light of the events described by article, chief investigator at Private Detectives Cardiff, Tommy Irwin, expresses his concern about the dangers young children are exposed to and urges parents to do everything they can to protect their children. Mr. Irwin also said: “Private Detectives Cardiff, myself included, takes a personal interest in cases dealing with sex offenders who exploit and abuse young children and share their images with other sex offenders. Our agency always does everything in its power to locate them.”
Private Detectives Cardiff chief investigator Tommy Irwin can reached on 0292 099 0136.