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Cambridge: Paedophile admits to police to being ‘a disgusting person’

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A man who finally admitted he was a paedophile told detectives he was a “disgusting person”.

Peter Jarvis who sexually abused a girl in Cambridge has been jailed for four years.

Jarvis, 48, assaulted the teenager on three occasions in June and July last year.

Peter Jarvis, 48, who sexually abused a girl in Cambridge has been jailed for four years.

Peter Jarvis, 48, who sexually abused a girl in Cambridge has been jailed for four years.

He was arrested and denied sexually assaulting the young girl.

However, as the investigation progressed, he admitted to the offences and in a follow up interview said that he was a paedophile and a “disgusting person”.

He pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual assault on a girl and was sentenced at Huntingdon Crown Court on Tuesday (21 February).

Sexual Harm Prevention Order

Jarvis, of Sawston, Cambridge, was placed on the Sex Offenders Register indefinitely and handed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) to run until further notice, which means he will be closely monitored by police.

DC Terry Bandoo said: “Jarvis’ abuse has had a huge impact on the victim.

“I am pleased he is now behind bars and once he is released he will be very closely monitored by specialist officers.”

Sarah’s Law

Anyone who is concerned someone may have been convicted of a sex offence, and could be posing a risk to a child, can apply for disclosure information through Sarah’s Law.

Anyone who looks out for the welfare of a child can make an enquiry. This can include parents, carers, guardians, extended family, friends, and neighbours.

 

Peter Jarvis, 48, who sexually abused a girl in Cambridge has been jailed for four years.

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