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“Peter Keeley-Pannett, 71, of Bristol Road, Brighton, appeared at Guildford Crown Court on Thursday (19 November), having pleaded guilty at previous hearing to seven counts.
“He admitted two offences of making a total of 150 indecent images of teenage boys. These were “He pleaded not guilty to a further charge of making indecent images and this was not proceeded with by the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service). “Keeley-Pannett was also issued with a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) severely restricting his access to computers and children, to last until further court notice, and will be a registered sex offender for ten years.
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“Police received full co-operation from the Diocese of Chichester throughout the investigation and the offences were not connected with his work in the diocese.” Detective Constable Jon Merry said: “The intelligence leading to Keeley-Pannett’s arrest came from our ongoing operational work with law enforcement nationally.
“It became clear that he had been engaged in this type of offending for some years, which he admitted when we interviewed him.” The diocese recently posted details of an NSPCC helpline on its website after cases involving others in the church, including the former Bishop of Lewes, Peter Ball.
“Calls will be handled sensitively and confidentially.
Where appropriate, callers will be referred to specially trained police officers and, if required, a range of local counselling services, who are ready to offer expert support to those who come forward.
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