Former PC Geoff Needham, 33, from Barrow, won a reduction in the prison sentence which had been imposed on him for the "14 minutes of shame" in which he viewed child pornography on the internet.
Sentenced to nine months by magistrates after admitting a string of offences, but the sentence cut to four months on appeal at Carlisle Crown Court!
Mark Hayes (29) formerly of Kingfisher Drive, Smithswood, Solihull, jailed for 12 months, subject to an extended period of 18 months on licence after release, placed on the sex offenders register for ten years and an indefinite ban from accessing the Internet.
He will face another five years in prison if he breaches the order.
Of the 90 suspects in Cambridgeshire, 16 have been convicted, a further seven charged and awaiting court and twenty two are currently on police bail while their computers are examined Ivon Charles Roberts, (41) a former managing director of a construction company, of Stapeley, near Nantwich, ordered to serve a 12 month community rehabilitation order,and placed on the sex offender register for five years.
Until his arrest, he worked as a chef in the headquarters of Cambridgeshire police.
Darrell Jarman, (40), of Weston-super-Mare, and a computer consultant, jailed for nine months, after pleading guilty to 14 specimen charges after police recovered a total of 800 indecent pictures of children at his home.
Graham Ash, (41), formerly from Redland, Bristol, and a Church of England finance manager, jailed for six months , and placed on the sex offenders register for seven years, and not allowed to work with children.
Glynn Leggatt, 41, formerly of Pyrethrum Way, Willingham, jailed for six months.
Leggatt resigned from Redcastle Furze First Primary School in Thetford, where he was science and technology coordinator.Although placed on the sex offenders register, no risk assessment is being carried out on these men and women, and they remain free to carry out their sexual perversion towards innocent children!