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Discovered on: 2022-04-09 10:25:50

A Hull City Council worker sent the address of a sex offender to an anti-pedophile group, who sent a mob of 30 people to the property, threatening to kill him and burn down his house.

Customer services assistant Chloe Carr forwarded the highly sensitive information to pedophile hunters, telling them the sex offender “deserves everything he gets” and was “disgusting”, Hull Crown Court heard.

The 23-year-old asked the hunters not to reveal that she had passed on the confidential information.

The sex offender was moved to a new address as the court heard that Carr’s actions helped “incite a frenzy” and were “not a public service at all” as they “destabilized” convicted offenders and ran the risk of making them “unpredictable”.

Customer service assistant Chloe Carr forwarded the sensitive information to pedophile hunters.

Carr, of Taylor Avenue, Cottingham, has admitted to illegally disclosing private data to an online website without consent.

She denied wrongdoing in a public office as a Hull City Council customer service adviser by breaching the public trust and disclosing personal and sensitive data between June 4 and July 2, 2020, and the charge was dropped.

Prosecutor Charlotte Baines told the court that Carr was hired by an agency to work for the council to help direct people to the assistance they can access.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Carr was working from home at Anlaby, but was in a work chat group so she could stay in touch with her colleagues.

A colleague messaged the group stating that a call had been received from a convicted sex offender, who had contacted the council’s customer service team to request that a food parcel be placed in emergency accommodation after he your data is shared online.

The address was shared in the group chat and Carr sent the details to a Hull-based anti-pedophile group.

She told pedophile hunters that she had details about the sex offender, but asked to remain anonymous. She said in messages that it was “disgusting” that the sex offender was still in Hull and was living near a school.

Asked by the anti-pedophile group if she had proof of the sex offender’s address, she said, “Yes, it’s all 100 percent,” confirming that she had his mailing address.

He added that he worked for Hull City Council and sent a screenshot of the address, adding: “This cannot get back to me because of my job.”

The 23-year-old asked the hunters not to reveal that she had passed on the information.

The 23-year-old asked the hunters not to reveal that she had passed on the information.

When asked for the house number, he said it was “very wrong” to put the man there, writing: “I don’t believe in that.” I’m going to look now.’

She added: ‘Please don’t mention it comes from the council’ because records were kept and you could ‘come back to me’ when they tell me the details will be published online.

Miss Bains told the court: “The defendant made it very clear that she worked for Hull City Council and that the information was to be kept anonymous.”

At 18:40, the sex offender contacted the police to say that he had received a food parcel as requested by Hull City Council, but there were people at his door trying to get in.

He said that about 30 people in a mob outside the house had warned him to “get out now or they will kill you and burn the property.”

At 7:19 p.m., the anti-pedophile group contacted Carr on Facebook Messenger to say that the sex offender had been moved from the property.

She replied: ‘I am so happy. He is fucking horrible. Happy to have helped everyone.’

Police later identified Carr as involved in the chats after realizing they were a problem, went to her home and seized two laptops.

She told police she was angry when a colleague shared details of the sex offender because she was pregnant, and that someone in the group chat had said something had to be done, prompting her to contact the anti-pedophile group.

“She said she knew it was wrong,” Miss Baines told the court. She got kicked out of the work chat. She wasn’t allowed to go back to work, she’s supposed to.

Helen Chapman, mitigating, said the sex offenders Carr was referring to were people who had been in court, been convicted or sentenced, and had “served their time and got out” of prison.

“These groups exist on Facebook to stir up a frenzy,” he told the court.

Carr was heavily pregnant at the time and the messages were exchanged just two weeks before she was due to give birth to her son in July 2020.

The offense was “short-lived but persistent,” and Carr was in “a vulnerable position” at the time because her child’s father had left her, Chapman added.

The case was heard at Hull Crown Court (pictured)

The case was heard at Hull Crown Court (pictured)

“It didn’t help that she was working from home,” he said.

Carr, who had no prior convictions, is now “just beginning to look for work,” Chapman added.

Judge Mark Bury said the crime might not have occurred if Carr had been under “a little more supervision” and hadn’t been working from home.

The decision not to proceed with a prosecution for felony misconduct in public office was made after an ‘exhaustive review by a number of different people’ for the prosecution, meaning Carr now faced the maximum sentence of a fine, not a prison sentence.

Judge Bury told him he was “very lucky” and said: “The crime he has committed is, in my opinion, a very serious one which would have carried a prison sentence.”

He told the court: ‘I would have locked her up.’

He added that it was not up to Carr or anyone else to comment and say that the sex offender “deserves everything he gets.”

‘They had served their punishment. It wasn’t for you to reveal her details,” he added.

‘The problem this creates is that it destabilizes criminals. It makes them unpredictable and more likely to commit crimes that everyone else is doing everything they can to prevent them from committing. You are not doing a public service at all. It is a huge damage.

I’m pretty glad he knew what he was doing because he said he didn’t want his name mentioned because he would be fired, which of course he was. I hope this has been a lesson.

‘If you go back to work in the public sector, you just have to remember that you have a huge responsibility with public details. You thought you were helping. You were not here.’

Carr was fined £500 to be paid at £50 per month.

Originally posted 2022-04-20 03:10:12.

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