He admitted all 14 charges - 13 of making and distributing images and one count of securing unauthorised access to computer material.
In 2004, Rowe was jailed for 21 months for possessing and distributing indecent photographs of children.
|Trevor Rowe admitted all 13 counts of |
making and distributing indecent images
Det Insp Steve Langford, from the public protection unit, said: "It is recognised that there is a growing trend by offenders to use the Internet to exploit young children and encourage them to engage in inappropriate acts whilst online."
"Public protection work involves the protection of all vulnerable victims, including young children, within the community and remains a key priority for the States of Jersey Police," he said.
Rowe has now been put on the sex offenders register.
To brighten up the mood a little, whilst staying on the same subject, tomorrow see's the debate about the Committee of Inquiry into Jersey child abuse. The green link below will take you to Voice For Children's Blog, please follow the link and have a good read. The letter is from the JCLA and sets out what is required of our Government in the face of child care in Jersey. Anyone who is able, please come down to the States building at 9.10am and give your support to the survivors and the few politicians who are fighting for justice for them. MANY THANKS....