-Brantford educator faces more voyeurism charges

BRANTFORD – Brent Lawrence Hachborn, the Brantford educator arrested in February 2016 for Adult Voyeurism is now facing 23 criminal charges of voyeurism.

On February 17, 2016 the Brantford Police Service were contacted by staff at James Hillier School on Queensway to report finding a hidden camera in an employee washroom. Hachborn, 33, was arrested that evening without incident. He was released on bail a few weeks later.

A hole had been made into the ceiling tile in the washroom and a camera hidden within the

drop ceiling was discovered. An image of an adult person was discovered on the camera and the Brantford Police Service seized the camera as evidence.
As a result of the police investigation, the video camera was forensically analyzed. In total, nine victims were identified as being videotaped. No students were victims in this case. All of the victims are adults and have been advised.

“Grand Erie District School Board commends the work of Brantford Police Service as they conclude their investigation at James Hillier School,” said Scott Sincerbox, Superintendent of Human Resources for the Grand Erie School Board. “We are grateful that no students were victims in this case; however, we recognize the tremendous impact this situation had on the identified victims. We continue to offer support to them during this difficult experience. The accused is no longer an employee of Grand Erie District School Board.”

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