Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Employee of Alberta Children's Services Charged with Child Pornography

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Employee of Alberta Children's Services Charged with Child Pornography

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Children's services worker faces child porn charges

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EDMONTON - Police say the discovery of thousands of photos on work computers have led to child pornography charges against an Alberta Children's Services employee.

The Internet Child Exploitation unit says a 60-year-old man was arrested last week in Leduc, just south of Edmonton.

Police say he had worked in the children's services office in High Level, Alta., and with Athabasca Tribal Council Child and Family Services.

Henry Victor Haineault of Fort McMurray, Alta., has been charged with two counts each of possessing and accessing child pornography.

The Athabasca Tribal Council came to police last November about "concerning images" on a USB drive, RCMP Cpl. Cameron Dunn said Wednesday. Haineault's work computers and devices were seized in January and were searched by forensic technicians. …

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