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PremierLeague-News.Com - Kieran Malcolmson, from Shetland, was convicted at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Friday after 'manipulating his position as a teacher'
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Scots teacher has been found guilty of sex offences against two schoolgirls. Kieran Malcolmson was convicted of two charges following a trial at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Friday. The 35-year-old, from Sandwick, on Shetland, will be sentenced next month. Police Scotland confirmed he was found guilty of two charges while employed as a secondary school teacher and said he “manipulated his position as a teacher." Read More Related Articles Woman 'viciously beaten' by gang of four women onboard Glasgow train He was convicted of incidents against two secondary school aged girls which happened in 2009 and 2018. Detective Sergeant Bruce Peebles from Lerwick CID said: "There is no doubt that Malcolmson manipulated his position as a teacher to target senior female pupils, in situations which were wholly unprofessional for any school teacher. How to get the latest crime news with the Daily Record The Daily Record and Sunday Mail have always been at the forefront when it comes to reporting crime in Scotland. But did you know all the ways you can stay informed of the top crime and courts headlines? Sign up to our daily Criminal Record Newsletter. Follow our brand new Twitter account @RecordCrime. Join our Scottish Crime and Courts Facebook page. Get our specialised Crime web alerts on your desktop by clicking 'Keep me updated' in the pop-up box whenever you click on to a Crime story on our website.
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"I commend the bravery and honesty of the young women who came forward during the enquiry and reported what had occurred. "Malcolmson’s conviction sends out a clear message that all crimes of a sexual nature, no matter when they occurred, will be robustly investigated by Police Scotland and where a sufficiency of evidence exists, crimes will be reported for consideration of prosecution in court.
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"I would take this opportunity to encourage anyone who has been a victim of sexual crimes in the past to report this to the police.
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