A paedophile ice skater from Mansfield has been sentenced to three years in a young offenders institution for a string of sexual offences against girls as young as 12.
Jamie Whiteman, 20, had competed for the Great Britain team at the Youth Olympic Games and the Junior World Championships.
Last month he admitted 16 sexual offences against five girls, including repeatedly having sex with one of them from when she was just 13.
A British figure skater, who competed as part of the Youth Team GB Olympic Squad, is due to be sentenced today after admitting 16 sexual offences against five school girls.
Jamie Whiteman, from Mansfield, groomed teenagers who had a schoolgirl crush on him, encouraging them in a string of sexual acts as he moved from one girl to another over 20 months.
Whiteman pleaded guilty to one charge of making indecent photographs of children, eight charges of inciting or causing children to engage in sexual activity, one charge of voyeurism and four charges of sexual activity with a child.
A British Olympic figure skater has been warned he could be jailed after admitting 16 sexual offences against five schoolgirls.Read the full story ›
Nottinghamshire Police is being investigated by the police watchdog into how it handled the case of missing teenager Amber Peat.Read the full story ›
Police are under investigation for the handling of public information on the tragic death of Derbyshire teenager, Amber Peat.
Officers are being investigated over concerns that they failed to act thoroughly on reported sightings.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating Nottinghamshire Police over its handling.
The IPCC have issued the following statement.
We are conducting an independent investigation into Nottinghamshire Police's response to the missing person's report concerning Amber Peat.
"The investigation is in its early stages and we have made initial contact with Amber's family to inform them of our investigation."
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A man who suggested on Facebook Mansfield teenager Amber Peat was murdered has been bailed.
A 19-year-old male was arrested in London on Wednesday by the Metropolitan Police on suspicion of malicious communication, after writing a post on the social networking site during the three day search for the 13-year-old.
Amber was found hanged near her home in Mansfield a fortnight ago. Police are not treating her death as suspicious.
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The body of 13-year-old Amber Peat was discovered in Mansfield after she walked out of the family home afternoon following a row with her parents.
The inquest into her death will take place today at Nottingham Coroner's Court, in Old Market Square, Nottingham.