Bunyan must also not live with, or be in the presence of anybody under the age of 16 for the rest of his life.After the case Devon and Cornwall Police insisted they knew nothing about Bunyan's crimes while he was serving.The sickening offences took place between 2005-2009 when he was serving as a PSCO in Camborne and Redruth in Cornwall.Truro Crown Court heard he was wearing part of his uniform when he attacked one of his innocent victims.Jailing him, Judge Simon Carr told him: "Both girls were aged between four and five at the time and you assaulted them in a way that they would stay quiet.
He also encouraged one mentally-ill woman to email him explicit photos of herself to him at the police station.
A spokesman said: "There was no intelligence about this offence while he was employed by Devon and Cornwall Police.
"The public have a right to expect exemplary behaviour from all members of the police service who are there to protect them." The NSPCC said: "Bunyan is a sexual predator who is now thankfully behind bars.
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