Former King Edward’s School Teacher Philip Evans Jailed for Sexual Abuse

March 11, 2014

Posted by: David McClenaghan

Philip Evans, a former teacher at King Edward’s School in Edgbaston has been jailed for 3 years and 8 months in respect of sexual abuse committed against pupils at the school.

Evans, who taught music at the school and ran the school’s RAF Cadet Scheme, installed secret spy cameras in the school’s changing rooms and the Cadet storeroom. He then recorded himself sexually assaulting pupils.

Evans’ crimes came to light when police raided his home following a tip off that he had downloaded child pornography. Upon seizing Evans’ computer, police discovered the recordings that Evans had made at the school.

Evans has been convicted of indecent assault, voyeurism and making indecent images of children and has received a custodial sentence of three years and eight months.

If you have suffered abuse a t the hands of Philip Evans, please get in touch. Contact us or call us on 0808 1596 225 for free legal advice from one of our specialist child abuse solicitors.

Posted by: David McClenaghan


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