Former Delta resident now living in Surrey, facing child porn and voyeurism charges, released on conditions

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      As a 51-year-old Lower Mainland man is facing numerous child pornography and voyeurism charges, the Delta Police Department (DPD) is advising the public about the conditions of his release.  

      According to a DPD news release issued today (December 19), in November 2019, Kevin James Silen, who is a former Delta resident who moved to Surrey in September, was charged with 11 counts of voyeurism, two counts of possessing child pornography, and one count each of making child pornography, accessing child pornography, and distributing child pornography.

      The DPD stated that the offences took place at a residence in Delta, allegedly since 2008.

      The release conditions for Silen include:

      • he must not engage in activities, volunteer work, or employment that could bring him into contact with anyone under 16 years of age;
      • he must not own or possess any device capable of accessing any computer network, including the internet, unless it is for employment or banking purposes;
      • he must not access social media sites, social networks, internet discussion forums, chat rooms, or maintain a personal profile on any such service, including Facebook, Twitter, Tinder, Instagram, LinkedIn or any similar service;
      • he must not communicate or attempt to communicate with any person under 16 years of age through social networking, instant messaging services, or chat-room programs.

      The DPD stated that they won’t be releasing a photo of Silen.

      Anyone who observes Silen breaching these conditions, or who has any information relating to the current charges against him, is asked to contact the DPD at 604-946-4411.

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