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Entertainment and model agency owners banned from operating for 10 years

Entertainment and model agency owners banned from operating for 10 years

The owners of a West Lothian entertainment and model agency have today been banned from running an employment agency for the maximum possible period of 10 years.

The case was heard at Glasgow Employment Tribunal and follows a successful investigation by the Employment Agency Standards (EAS), which is part of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

The Tribunal heard how Glynn Davies was convicted on 18 September 2009 at Edinburgh High Court of indecent assault against a 17 year old girl and taking pornographic photographs of her. He was also convicted of offences arising out of the discovery of paedophiliac images and videos on his computers.
Mr. Davies was sentenced to a total of 2 years imprisonment for these sexual offences and was released from prison on 19 April 2010. Mr. Davies was placed on the Sex Offenders Register and Disqualified from Working with Children List for indefinite periods.

Mr. Davies had operated as an entertainment agency for approximately 20 years and traded with his wife Susan Davies as Lothian Variety, and more recently as Emkay Entertainments.

The Tribunal made a separate prohibition order, with conditions, against Mrs. Davies, for the maximum period of 10 years. This order prevents Mr. Davies from having access to premises or contact with persons using an employment agency that Mrs. Davies might operate during the 10 year period. This order was made to protect clients and prospective clients.

EAS brought this case under the Employment Agencies Act 1973

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