Cody Reynolds Arrested: Why was Cody Reynolds Arrested? Charges Explained: The arrest news of teachers is increasing day after day. Whenever you watch or read the news, there is one of the other news about the arrest of teachers. Most of the time the arrest news is related to misconduct with students. This kind of news is increasing the tension of the parents and they are now worried about the safety of their children. Talking about the current case, The head of the department at a renowned and prestigious Sydney private school has been detained over his alleged role in an online child abuse ring. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Cody Reynolds Arrested
Cody Michael Reynolds (36-years-old) was apprehended at his Kensington residence on Wednesday morning by officers from the Australian Federal Police just as he was leaving the school. An educator, who works as Head of English (HOD) at Moriah College High School in the heart of the Eastern Suburbs of the City, has been stood down from his duties. Rabii Yehoshua Smukler, the principal of the school sent a letter informing parents of the arrest of Reynolds on Wednesday (9 March 2022).
Principle Smukler wrote that “This morning we were contacted by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to inform us that our High School Head of English, Mr Cody Reynolds has been detained and charged in link to the possession and transmission of child abuse material. We have been assured by the AFP that there is presently no proof or information to suggest that any of the alleged offenses happened at school, or that any charges link to online, or in-person contracts, with the students of Moriah College.
Why was Cody Reynolds Arrested?
“Mr. Reynolds commenced at Moriah as Head Of English in the year 2021. He was recruited in line with our stringent Employment Policy, which includes through referencing and child safety vetting.” He has been in the role for about 12 months. The Queens Park school is now watching for a new department head. The 36-year-old was recognized after data was gathered from the devices belonging to a 26-year-old detained on the North Shore of Sydney last week. He is facing similar charges.
2 mobile phones and a laptop were also captured at the time of the arrest of Reynolds. He has been charged with 3 counts of possessing or controlling child abuse material accessed by a carriage service and using a carriage service to transmit, post or distribute child abuse material. The charges carry a maximum of 15 years in jail if found guilty.