A registered sex offender has been jailed after breaching his sexual harm prevention order.
Jamie Gillett, of St John’s Road Gillingham, was convicted in 2018 for sexual offences involving children.
Since the 25-year-old was released from prison, he has had to follow strict conditions on his behaviour, including restrictions around his interaction with any children, possession of mobile phones or computers and use of the internet.
On May 13 this year, Gillett did not attend a police station to sign his annual sex offender notification, and officers arrested him at his home on May 26.
When searching his property, police found a mobile phone that was fully charged and hidden behind a wardrobe, and a games console that had access to the internet.
He was later charged with four counts of failure to comply with notification requirements and four counts of completing actions prohibited by the sexual harm prevention order.
Gillett pleaded guilty at Maidstone Crown Court on November 22 and he was sentenced to two years and two months in prison.
This also included sentencing for two counts of failing to comply with notification requirements in 2021.
PC Marie Roostan, of the Medway offender management unit, said: "We regularly visit registered sex offenders living in our communities to monitor their conduct and ensure they are complying with any conditions that are in place to prevent them re-offending.
"In this way, we endeavour to protect the most vulnerable in our community and, where any breaches are discovered, they will be arrested and brought back before the court to answer for their actions."