hour notice' sexual risk order lifted From York Press However, District Judge Adrian Lower said he burberry style will reconsider the terms of the order next month describing the 24 hour's notice Mr O'Neill must give police before having sex with a new partner as "wholly disproportionate" and "frankly unpoliceable" Confirming that the order should be made permanent, Judge Lower said there were inconsistencies in Mr O'Neill's evidence.
The evidence was based on concerning conversations Mr O'Neill held with two medical professionals. Oliver Thorne, representing North Yorkshire Police, referred to a consultation he had with a community psychiatric nurse, Kevin Holmes. The nurse recorded notes from the meeting saying Mr O'Neill had feelings of rage, anger and violence. "He has been sexually violent to past girlfriends and he was not sure if they consented," Mr Thorne, referring to burberry stores worldwide the notes, said. Mr Holmes said Mr O'Neill had become pre occupied with killing himself and others and that the thoughts made burberry scarf outlet price him feel relaxed and "cool and calm". He said: "I want to best place to buy burberry die, it's safer for everyone." "It's only a matter of time before something really bad happens." Mr Thorne, outlining the police's case, said SROs could be imposed even if there was no conviction. Mr O'Neill, who has previously admitted to having an interest in sado masochism, had claimed the order breached his human rights and said he had no prospect of forming a relationship while he lived by its terms. The court heard that in 2014 he saw his GP and discussed "biting, choking, cutting and burning". Dr Miriam Hodgson said the consultation at the Monkgate surgery started about a heart test and ended with him complaining about a cold, but in between he mentioned "homicidal and suicidal thoughts". Dr Hodgson recorded that his "sex life has become violent, has been seeking out increasingly extreme sexual experiences, biting, choking, cutting, burning". She also wrote: "Thinks he may have raped someone, it went further than she expected." Speaking in court the doctor said she was concerned for her own safety. "I was anxious in the consultation," she said, and keen to deal with his thoughts of suicide and murder. "Also there was an element in which I thought 'are you trying to scare me, or are you about to attack me?'" The GP also recorded that her patient had tried to kill himself by starving himself, dehydration, crossing the road without looking or getting into a fight with gangs of men. She wrote: "Patient thinks he is dangerous and needs to be stopped." Dr Hodgson noted he should be referred on as an urgent case. Representing himself in court, Mr O'Neill said the notes made by the health professionals were largely inaccurate and said they were "thematically correct" but the "specifics have got lost".
Full sexual risk orders last for a minimum of two years and breaching an order can lead to a prison sentence of up to five years. They are used when someone has not been convicted of a sexual offence, but the police convince a court it is necessary for one to be made against the person to protect the public from him or her. He is also subject to controls on his use of the internet and must tell the police about every phone and device that he has that he could use for accessing the internet or calling or texting people.
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