Scott Robert Hansen

Posted: November 9, 2012 by Serendipity in Queensland
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Hansen has pleaded guilty to three charges in Brisbane District Court.

He admitted sending obscene pictures of himself to Sweetie, having images of child sexual abuse on his computer and failing to comply with a sex offenders order.

He was sentenced to two years in prison, but is not expected to go to jail because of the eight months he has already been in detention.

He will be subject to a 12-month correction order and was ordered to undertake a sex offender treatment programme.

Serial flasher jailed for 18 months

By Francene Norton

Posted Wed Aug 18, 2010 3:00pm AEST

A serial flasher has been jailed in Brisbane for six months for exposing himself to children and accessing child pornography.

Scott Robert Hansen, 33, pleaded guilty in the Brisbane District Court to four charges of indecent treatment of a child and two child pornography charges.

In May last year, three children were walking home from school through bushland at Canungra when a naked Hansen grabbed the youngest from behind.

He ran away when the eldest child swung his scooter at Hansen.

Police later went to Hansen’s home and found 20,000 explicit images and movies.

The court heard he had a history of exposing himself to children.

Judge Julie Dick told Hansen his behaviour was disturbing but he was remorseful and cooperated with police.

She sentenced Hansen to 18 months’ jail to be suspended after six months, with a three-year good behaviour bond.

Boy, 12, uses scooter to fen off naked serial child flasher who tried to grab his sister

  • Tony Keim
  • The Courier-Mail
  • August 18, 2010 1:03PM

A 12-YEAR-old boy “bravely” fended off a naked serial child flasher who tried to grab his young sister by taking a swipe at him with his scooter, a court has been told.

The Brisbane District Court was told a naked Scott Robert Hansen, who has a history of flashing school kids, tried to grab an eight-year-old girl as she was walking home from school with two siblings at Kallangur, on Brisbane’s northside, in May last year.

The court was told Hansen committed the offence while on bail for using the internet to download child pornography and was found with more than 20,000 explicit images and movies stored on his personal computer and compact discs after a police raid on his home in June 2008.

Hansen, 33, was today jailed for 18-months, to be after serving after six months in prison, after pleading guilty to Federal offences of possessing child pornography and using a carriage service, the internet, to access child exploitation material.
He also received a six-month prison term after pleading guilty to four Queensland offences of indecent treatment of child — three against children under 12 and one under 16-years.

State prosecutor Rob Glenday said Hansen was convicted for wilful exposure in 1995 for repeatedly flashing, by standing naked in front of a full lengthy window, at school buses full of young girls.

He said in 1999 Hansen was again convicted for repeatedly flashing girls aged 11 to 13.

“(Hansen at the time) said it was an impulse he couldn’t control and when he did it he felt good for the rest of the day,” he said.

Mr Glenday said about 3.30pm on May 29 last year a naked Hansen charged three siblings, sisters aged 8 and 9 and their brother 12, as they walked home along a bush track.

“(Hansen) was running toward the eight-year-old child … (and was) completely naked,” he said.

“He put his hand over her mouth … and touched her leg.”

The court was told Hansen fled when the girl’s brother charged at him with his “scooter and swings at him.”

Judge Julie Dick, after hearing of the boy’s actions, said: “That was very brave of him.”

Mr Glenday said it was clear Hansen’s offending toward young children was “escalating” and “and as time goes by is getting more serious.”

Federal prosecutor Kila Pedder said police from Queensland’s Taskforce Argos raided Hansen’s house in June 2008 and found 373 images of child pornography on his laptop computer and 20,000 offences images and movies on 15 of 119 CDs.

He said Hansen told police he collected the pornography over a two-year period.

Barrister Liz Wilson, for Hansen, said her client, who suffers a mild form of autism, had been unable to afford on-going psychological treatment because he lost his job in the wake of his arrest.

Judge Dick, in sentencing Hansen, said: “Your behaviour, to put it mildly, is disturbing.”

“These are very prevalent offences … (and) there is a need to protect children.”


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