Sex dating in bootle lancashire uganda dating websites
The court heard Lobo, who denies 18 counts of voyeurism against eight women, created 'secure vault' folders on three mobile phones where he stored explicit photographs and videos of his alleged victims.
Prosecuting, Martine Snowdon said Lobo, who used to work as a response officer in Preston but also had stints in Burnley, Colne and Haslingden, kept the 'portfolio' of images and videos for his own gratification.
The court heard another victim said she did not want to watch the footage to identify herself, so police had to identify her via a dress she was wearing.
Lobo did not deny that he had photographed and recorded the victims but said he had not done it for sexual gratification.
A FORMER police officer filmed himself having sex with women he met on a dating website without their knowledge or consent, a jury was told.
Liverpool Crown Court heard how Jayson Lobo, 47, of Woodfold Park, Mellor, told the victims he met on that he was a serving policeman and would often use handcuffs on the women while they engaged in private acts.
"Almost exclusively he managed to take the picture or the footage without the female being aware of it." The court heard the offences were alleged to have happened between December 2011 and May 2015 and that Lobo met all but one of his alleged victims on the dating website where he often lied about his age.
His alleged offending only came to light in May 2015 when one women noticed the red light illuminated on the defendant's i Phone and realised he was filming her.
Lobo, a middle distance runner who represented England at the 1998 Commonwealth Games, was also alleged to have sent a text to one victim threatening to send some of the compromising images to her students on social media.
Ms Snowdon said: "The prosecution say Jayson Lobo secretly filmed eight women that he was engaged in sexual relationships with.
"It was his intention in capturing that moment to create it for his own purposes to look at in the future.
‘I share this award with the charitable bodies I am so privileged to work with, especially to those brave servicemen and women who risk so much for us all on a daily basis.’ Away from the world of showbusiness, two of Margaret Thatcher’s long-serving aides will be knighted for their support before the former prime minister’s death: her private secretary Mark Worthington and the director of her private office Julian Seymour. Professor of Economics, UCL and director, ESRC Centre for the Micro-Economic Analysis of Public Policy IFS. For services to Parliament and voluntary service to the community through Great Culverden Park Ltd. For services to Dietetics and Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Watch manager, Urban Search and Rescue Team, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service. Staff Officer, Urban Policy Review Team, Department for Social Development, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to DWP and to the community in Merseyside through Wallasey and District Disabled Persons and Social Swimming Club. Deputy Faculty manager, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Lancaster University. Member, Academie Francaise and Professor, the Study of Literary Creation in the English Language, Colle-ge de France, Paris, France. For services to British business interests in the USA. Consultant, UK/Falkland Islands Trust and head of Branch, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
(Tunbridge Wells, Kent)Professor Nigel Leslie Brown, FRSE. Group manager for Debt Contact Centres, Debt Management, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Further Education for Young Adults with Complex Disabilities and Severe Learning Difficulties. For services to Psychiatry and for voluntary service to People with Mental Health Conditions. For services to Search and Rescue in the UK and Abroad. For public service and for services to the community in Northern Ireland. For services to Higher Education and to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For services to research and agriculture in the Falkland Islands. Executive chairman, China Food Company plc, Non-Executive director, China Britain Business Council, and Chair, VSO China.