Man, 26, sentenced to more than five years’ imprisonment for child sex offences that took place in High Wycombe
A 26 year old man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for child sex offences following an investigation by Thames Valley Police.
Pawel Kiczka, aged 26, of Nelson Road, Blackpool pleaded guilty at Aylesbury Crown Court on Monday 16th May 2016 to :
- One count of an adult meeting a girl under 16 following sexual grooming.
- One count of an offender 18 or over engaging in penetrative sexual activity with a girl aged 13 to 15.
- One count of an offender 18 or over engaging in non-penetrative sexual activity with a girl aged 13 to 15.
He was sentenced at the same hearing to five years and four months’ imprisonment. The judge ordered that upon sentence expiry, the Secretary of State would order Kiczka to be deported under the Section 32 Borders Act.
The offences took place on Tuesday 2nd June 2015 in High Wycombe. Kiczka had several conversations with the victim on Facebook and arranged to meet. This led to them engaging in sexual activity.
Investigating officer, PC Criona Riordan said: ‘I am pleased that Kiczka has admitted responsibility for these offences and that he is now facing a prison sentence.
I would like to thank the victim for her bravery throughout this investigation and commend her for coming forward to report Kiczka to police.
Kiczka contacted the victim online and groomed her before committing sexual offences against her. I would like to take this opportunity to remind people of internet safety advice that could help to protect you from criminals like Kiczka. Never give your full name, address, phone number or name of school or other personal details to someone over the web. Never arrange to meet online friends offline without being accompanied by a parent or a guardian. For more advice please go to the Thames Valley Police Online Safety page.‘