Ipswich man given community order in child porn case

Man sentenced over indecent images

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An Ipswich man who downloaded child porn has been given a community order.

Police went to Adrian Garlick’s home in St Catherine’s Court, Ipswich, after receiving information that his email address was being used to download indecent images of children, Ipswich Crown Court heard.

Richard Potts, prosecuting, said police experts who examined computer equipment belonging to Garlick found three indecent images at the most serious level A, 22 at level B and nine at level C.

Mr Potts said that after his computer equipment was seized Garlick failed to answer his bail on two occasions.

On the second occasion Garlick could not be found at his home or at work and as a result of publicity he was found several days later in a wooded area near Ellenbrook Green.


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“He was in possession of items that caused police concerns about his welfare,” said Mr Potts.

Garlick, 52, admitted making indecent images of children and was given a three-year community order.

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He was also ordered to attend a 45-day rehabilitation activity requirement and an internet sex offenders’ treatment programme.

He was also ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for five years and made the subject of a sexual harm prevention order for the same period.

The court heard that Garlick had no previous convictions.

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