Affinity Sutton housing manager resigns after admitting assault

A housing manager has resigned after admitting he assaulted a teenage girl.

Brian Conbeer, a former manager at Affinity Sutton, in Elstree Way, Borehamwood, handed himself in to police in Truro, Cornwall, last week.

The 33-year-old, of Bovingdon Court, Hemel Hempstead, was due to appear in court on October 1 charged with assaulting a 13-year-old girl.

But, after changing his plea and making a full admission of guilt, the Crown Prosecution Service consulted with the victim who accepted Mr Conbeer should be cautioned.

Neil McCall, group operations director for Affinity Sutton, said: “We can confirm we have accepted Brian Conbeer’s resignation with immediate effect.”

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3:34pm Wed 26 Sep 12

guardianangel1960 says...

I cannot believe he only got a caution,
what is the world coming to when a 33 year old man can admit to a 13 year old girl and gets away with just a slap on the wrist.
Well done to the Borehamwood times for bringing this to the public's attention, I should imagine that it is of little comfort to the girl concerned that this animal has now lost his job
I cannot believe he only got a caution, what is the world coming to when a 33 year old man can admit to a 13 year old girl and gets away with just a slap on the wrist. Well done to the Borehamwood times for bringing this to the public's attention, I should imagine that it is of little comfort to the girl concerned that this animal has now lost his job guardianangel1960
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