Teacher held over indecent images

04 September 2009 10:48
An assistant head teacher at a Brighton school has been questioned by police on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children.Parents of pupils at Dorothy Stringer School were sent letters telling them Ken Browne had been removed from his post following the allegations. [LNB]The letter from chair of governors Reg Hook said the school was co-operating with the investigation. [LNB]Sussex Police said Mr Browne, 59, had been bailed until 25 November. [LNB]The letter from Mr Hook also assured parents the alleged offences did not involve past or present pupils from the comprehensive school, where Mr Browne taught languages. [LNB]Brighton and Hove City Council said in a statement: "We can confirm that the council is working with governors and staff to provide information and support to children and their parents and carers about the matter."

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