An army reservist from Ruislip was sentenced on Wednesday, 9 April, to 12 months imprisonment, suspended for 24 months, for 13 counts of various offences involving indecent images of children.
Anthony Malcolm, 27, (17.01.1987), from Linden Avenue, Ruislip was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court after pleading guilty to counts involving making an indecent image of children found on his computer and mobile phone, possession of extreme pornography, distributing indecent images of children and possessing prohibited images of children.
He will be subject to the sex offenders register for a period of 10 years.
Malcolm was arrested on the 10 July 2013. Intelligence showed an indecent video had been uploaded to Malcolm’s home address in December 2012. A search warrant was conducted and as a result a number of storage devices seized and examined. As a result of the arrest over 1000 indecent images and movies of children were found.
Detective Constable Phil Clarke of the Met’s Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command, said: ” The public should be reassured that investigation into any form of child abuse is taken very seriously by the Met’s Child Abuse Command and we will work tirelessly to bring offenders like Malcolm to justice.”