Former Teacher Charged Over Indecent Images

A 53-year-old former teacher has been charged with 36 counts of making, taking and possessing indecent images.

Jonathan Thomson-Glover, from Wadebridge in Cornwall, has been charged following a joint investigation with Devon and Cornwall Police. He is a former teacher at Clifton College in Bristol.

He has been released on bail to appear before Taunton Magistrates’ Court on Monday 20 July.

Information was initially passed to Devon and Cornwall Police in summer 2014 by the National Crime Agency relating to indecent images of children downloaded from the internet.


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