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A recent post on a Bristol community college’s Facebook page has drawn controversy after it appeared to feature a photo of a young girl who appears to be a “community service officer” who was recently convicted of possessing child pornography.
The post, which was written by a member of the Bristol Community College’s volunteer leadership team, also featured a photo taken by a woman who appeared to be an “administrative officer” working at a local police station.
The Facebook post, titled “Bristol Community College,” features a picture of a girl with the caption “I was recently charged with possessing child porn.
I had to prove it to the court, which I was not allowed to do,” the post read.”
I was arrested for a felony charge and had my laptop seized for three days, but I was released without charge on bail.
I am now working at Bristol Community Community College and would like to offer my help in helping my fellow volunteer leaders.”
The Facebook page that has drawn criticism is owned by the Bristol Police Service (BPS) and is operated by the BPS Volunteer Leadership Team.
The image posted by the “community officer” is from a photo posted by a Bristol police officer.
Bristols Facebook page is currently under the management of Bristol Community Centre.
The Bristol Community Center, which runs several social services and other community programs in the city, was contacted by Mashable, but did not respond to our requests for comment.
A police spokesman said the BSP “does not comment on individual investigations or on the individual members of the team.”
“It is important to remember that police investigations are ongoing, and our officers are working diligently to ensure all allegations of criminal activity are fully investigated,” the spokesman added.
Mashable reached out to the BspT for comment, but has not yet received a response.
Bristlians community college has a long history of anti-racism initiatives, including a $500,000 grant from the city’s government.
A recent post on a Bristol community college’s Facebook page has drawn controversy after it appeared to feature a photo…