A man from Sandhurst has been sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for serious sexual offences against children.
StevenPurchase, aged 36, was found guilty at Reading Crown Court of one count of causing or inciting a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity.
He had previously pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent images of children.
He will be required to register on the Sex Offenders Register for life.
Investigating officer, Detective Inspector Andy Howard of theChild Abuse Investigation Unit said, "This is a significant sentence which reflects the seriousness of Purchase's actions and he will rightly now spend a number of years in prison."
The son of a famous prisoner of war - was among 200 officer cadets - passing out at Sandhurst today.
Guy Peters is the son of John Peters, a Tornado pilot shot down and imprisoned by the Iraqis in the first Gulf war. Clearly not deterred by military service - he was also awarded the Queen's medal for being one of the best of his year.
Rachel Hepworth was there to watch the next generation of officers who will command our soldiers here and abroad on 'Sovereign's Parade' - a highlight of the Sandhurst calendar.
The interviewees are: John Peters, Former RAF pilot and Guy Peters, Officer cadet.
Around 600 cadets are taking part in the Sovereign's Day Parade at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst.
Of those, 200 of the senior term will be receiving their commissions after a year of hard training.
The Sovereign parade is taking place today to mark the completion of a year's intensive military training.
More than 200 cadets have passed out from the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst today.
HRH the Countess of Wessex represented the Queen at the traditional Sovereign's Parade which brings 44 weeks of training to an end.
The cadets will now join their new regiments but they will not become official 2nd Lieutenants until the stroke of midnight tonight.
The sun shone on the military academy in Sandhurst today as the next generation of army officers proved they have what it takes to go into battle.
The Sovereign's Parade marked the graduation of more than 250 officer cadets. They could be serving in Afghanistan within 18 months.
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Two hundred and fifty three officer cadets are taking part in a Sovereign's Parade to mark the end of their course at Sandhurst Military Academy.
It's the second of three passing out ceremonies held during the college's two hundredth year.
Officer cadets from 13 countries pass out at Sandringham today, marking the end of their 12 months training.
Two hundred and forty five officer cadets will parade before family and friends at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst on Friday 13 April to mark the end of their year's training. Most will go on to command troops in Afghanistan within eighteen months.