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Glyn Barrington Jones, formerly of Major Mitchell Drive, Brisbane, Australia, was charged in January 2016 by officers from Norfolk Constabulary’s Children Abuse Investigation Unit, with 13 offences including 11 counts of indecent assault and two of attempted indecent assault.
Jones pleaded guilty yesterday (Monday 21 August 2017) to seven of the indecent assaults. The assaults started while he was a trainee and also took place while he was in post as a Physical Education teacher in Norfolk and Devon.
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