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Nicolas White
An adviser to Britain's police chiefs downloaded more than 100,000 images of child porn - including a guide on how to abuse infants.

Among Nicholas White's sickening collection were images of youngsters being forced into sex acts with animals.

The 28-year-old was jailed for six months after he admitted 18 counts of making indecent images of children, two counts of possession of indecent images of children and two counts of possessing extreme pornography.

White, a communications officer who worked for the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo), was based with Cambridgeshire Police until his arrest last year.

He was found with level five images of abuse - the most severe category - and a guide to abusing children on his computer.

Cambridge Crown Court today heard that police discovered 110,000 child sex images stored on White's computer and an external hard drive when they raided his home in Royston, Hertfordshire, last year.

Alexander Taylor-Camara, defending, said martial arts fanatic White had become an isolated figure after a series of bad relationships, which he said 'explained but did not excuse' his behaviour.

White was also disqualified from working with children indefinitely and made subject of a sexual offences prevention order for seven years.

He was also forced to sign the sex offenders' register and is banned from using the internet, apart from for business.