Pervert school cleaner, 51, is imprisoned for 18 months after setting up a secret camera to spy on female teachers using the toilet
- Steeve Frivolle was found guilty of 18 allegations of voyeurism between 2014-2017
- He installed a camera in the chair of one of the toilets so that he could accommodate women
- Imprisoned at Lewes Crown Court and will be a registered sex offender for 10 years
A perverted school cleaner who installed a secret camera to spy on female teachers in the toilet has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Steeve Frivolle, 51, was responsible for cleaning the school toilets, so took the opportunity to hide the camera in one of the empty seats so that he could take in women.
Frivol was convicted after being convicted of 18 charges of voyeurism from 2014 to 2017 whereby the staff were secretly admitted to the school in Crawley, West Sussex.
Steeve Frivolle, 51, was responsible for cleaning the school toilets, so took the opportunity to hide the camera in one of the empty seats so that he could take women
He admitted the charges and was imprisoned at the Lewes Crown Court.
A Sussex police spokesperson said: & # 39; A Crawley man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for secret video recording of colleagues & # 39; s from staff at a school where he worked as a cleaner. & # 39 ;
& # 39; He will also be a registered sex offender for 10 years and received a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) that forbade him to enter a toilet other than intended for the use of men and requires that he allowed the police Install software to monitor its use of computers and other electronic devices.
& # 39; The violations took place at the Thomas Bennett Community School in Crawley, where Friige was a cleaner. He had placed a recording device in the back of the toilet seat at the school, which was eventually noticed by an employee.
He admitted to 18 allegations of voyeurism between 2014 and 2017 and was imprisoned at Lewes Crown Court for 18 months (photo)
& # 39; Other similar devices were seized by Frivol and his address when he was arrested.
& # 39; The insult was aimed at adult females and there is no evidence of any offensive contact. No children were identified as victims. Parents or guardians of students at school were also not among the victims. & # 39;
West Sussex Safeguarding Investigations Unit Detective Agent Kirstie Neal said: & # 39; This was a lengthy and complex investigation in which we worked closely with partner agencies to ensure that there were no ongoing security issues and to insure the victims, all of whom being aware of what had happened, received the support they need for this very intrusive and painful insult. & # 39;
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