Ice Hockey Coaches are suspected of disseminating pornographic content to target children under the age of 16

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 Ice Hockey Coaches are suspected of disseminating pornographic content to target children under the age of 16


Robert Ward, chairman of the club, has confirmed the coachs guilt to the police and the media. He sent an e-mail to his parents last Friday, in which he wrote that the coach was charged with possessing child pornography, using telecommunications to lure children under the age of 16, and producing and disseminating child pornography.

For the protection of childrens privacy, no more details can be disclosed at present. But the club has contacted the parents of the students and told them that if they find their children harassed by the coach, they must contact the police. Ward also said that the police had informed the club about the situation last Thursday and would continue to investigate the coach. The club was also asked to cooperate with the investigation.

The problem may be just the tip of the iceberg, Ward wrote in an e-mail. For clubs and communities, the news is shocking and frightening, and we will face more problems when it comes out. In addition, the investigation of the case will be very complex, but we will continue to investigate.

Police have banned the coach from entering any Hockey Club in Bennaby, as well as areas where children often appear in parks and schools. Ward also said that the club was working with legal advisers to confirm whether the coachs allegations had occurred during his tenure as a coach. At present, the process of selecting coaches and other employees is also being investigated by the police, but Ward said that the process of selecting coaches and other employees is not a problem. He said: Like coaches in all other sports, we will investigate the criminal record and background of coaches, but we still need to rethink our recruitment methods in order to ensure that nothing is lost. At present, the club and the parents of the players are going to hold a meeting at 3 p.m. this Sunday, and the police will also be involved. As the case is still under investigation, the accusation against the coach has not yet been confirmed by the court. Source: Netease Sports Author: Chino Responsible Editor: Zhao Ruiqi_NB12596

Police have banned the coach from entering any Hockey Club in Bennaby, as well as areas where children often appear in parks and schools. Ward also said that the club was working with legal advisers to confirm whether the coachs allegations had occurred during his tenure as a coach.

At present, the process of selecting coaches and other employees is also being investigated by the police, but Ward said that the process of selecting coaches and other employees is not a problem. He said: Like coaches in all other sports, we will investigate the criminal record and background of coaches, but we still need to rethink our recruitment methods in order to ensure that nothing is lost.

At present, the club and the parents of the players are going to hold a meeting at 3 p.m. this Sunday, and the police will also be involved. As the case is still under investigation, the accusation against the coach has not yet been confirmed by the court.