A man who informed police when he found child abuse images on his computer has not been allowed to be alone with his daughter for four months.
Nigel Robinson from Hull said he called police after trying to download music but instead finding pornographic images on his laptop last November.
As a result social services said he “should not have unsupervised access with his own or other children”.
What a great incentive for parent to report CP to the police!
Last September, members of theMontgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Texas drove out to a training facility run by Vanguard Defense Industries. The air must have been full of excitement. The sheriff’s office was just a month away from getting its very own drone from Vanguard: a $300,000 Shadowhawk helicopter, paid for by a grant from the Department of Homeland Security. Members of the sheriff’s office were there to see Vanguard fly some of its drones and to take promotional photos with a model of their-soon-to-be-acquired Shadowhawk. The S.W.A.T. team even brought their BearCat, a scary-looking tank increasingly popular with local police departments. Adorbs!
Unfortunately, the excited air was too much for one of the prototype drones that Vanguard flew that Friday afternoon. A drone Vanguard had developed for military use appeared to be having a problem, so its on-the-ground pilot forced it to make an emergency landing. As reported by Stephen Dean at the Houston Examiner, it crash landed into the S.W.A.T. team’s BearCat tank.