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and indecently assaulting a woman which he served a 21 month jail term for in 2003, was also made the subject of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order.
Describing Kirby as a "person of complex and worrying character", Judge Phipps said: "The offence is a relatively minor sexual assault.
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William Kirby, 36, attacked the then 17 year old girl by pushing her head towards his groin while she was swimming underwater at Queens Park Leisure Centre.
to the incident she and a friend had seen Kirby in the sauna room, Reebok Silver Sneakers
She said: "She's been let down. When she dashed out of the courtroom she was sick in the toilet. It has been heartbreaking knowing what she has been through and how strong she has been to tell her
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Later she broke down and told her mother, who contacted police.
at Liverpool Crown Court, Derek Jones, prosecuting, explained Kirby had pleaded guilty to assaulting the teenager in Queens Park swimming baths last July.
Speaking afterwards, the victim's mother said her daughter had been treated as if "she wasn't there" and attacked the criminal justice system because of the delays.
teenager if she could swim underwater.
parents and the CID what happened then she gets a kick in the teeth."
"The problems you plainly have need to be addressed and dealt with professionally. The Northumbria Sex Offenders programme is both challenging and intensive."
Instead Kirby was placed under a supervision order for three years and must attend the Northumbria Sex Offenders Programme, which treats people who may pose a risk to the public. During sentencing
On the day of the offence, his victim and another friend saw Kirby again, still believing he was a police officer. In the pool Kirby, who in the past had also claimed to be a pilot, asked the
Kirby, of Prescot Road, St Helens had previously appeared in court 15 times to face 33 different charges, prosecutors revealed. Previous convictions included impersonating a police officer in 2007
She added: "Since this happened she has turned 18, so, he now could be swimming alongside her. She knows that he is out on the streets and could bump into her at any time!"
His victim, who is now 18, stormed out of the courtroom as the judge John Phipps, delivered his verdict.
He gained their trust by claiming to be a police officer, but made an inappropriate comment to the girls, who both left.
where the friend asked him about a metal stud in his tongue.
As she dived beneath the water, he put his hand on the top of her head and forced her towards his groin.
"But in my judgement a principle objective is to ensure that you don't subject another young woman to the stress (the victim) has been.
Mr Jones said the incident had a significant effect on her. Her A levels and application to university were severely disrupted. She had also lost confidence and would no longer go out on her own.
The behaviour of Kirby, who had pretended to be a police officer, was caught by underwater CCTV cameras at the pool on Boundary Road.
She was now on anti depressants and had slept only seven hours over a three day period. It had, he insisted "a detrimental effect on her health."
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