Sussex police are in a row over a pedophile trans woman

The SUSSEX police have been condemned by the Home Secretary for “pursuing identity politics and denying biology”.

Suella Braverman’s scathing words came after the troupe criticized “hateful comments” aimed at a trans woman who sexually abused children.

Sally Ann Dixon, 58, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for 30 counts of indecent assault or indecency with a child. Dixon’s youngest victim was just seven years old at the time.

The offenses occurred during the late 1980s and 1990s when Dixon was alive as a man.

Sussex Police issued an online statement after being criticized for labeling serial sex offender Dixon as a female.

A police spokesman said: “Sussex Police do not tolerate hateful comments regarding their gender identity, regardless of crimes committed.

“This is irrelevant to the crime that was committed and investigated.”

But Ms Braverman said the force should be “focused on catching criminals, not policing pronouns”.

Sally Ann Dixon has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for historic child sex offensesA post from Sussex Police on Twitter

The Sussex Police Twitter account also directed people to a hate crime website, adding: “If you wish to express gender-sensitive views you can do so on other platforms or on your own page which is not targeted at one person.”

The news drew hundreds of angry posts criticizing her stance.

Judge Mark Van Der Zwart, sitting at Lewes Crown Court in July, heard Dixon did not have a gender recognition certificate.

Psychologist Pam Spurr said: “Insane. Police are doing crime statistics a terrible disservice with this ‘parallel universe’ approach of misattributing sexual assault (and any crime) to the wrong gender.”

Mother Clare King, a school governor, said: “No, Sussex Police, this is not a female crime.”

Another woman said, “Men commit terrible crimes on our behalf.”

Ryan Richter, prosecutor, described Dixon’s eight-year campaign against two boys and five girls.

He told Lewes Crown Court: “The defendant, living as a man in the late 80s and 90s, was a brazen and callous sex offender.

“He exploited young men and nurtured a toxic relationship with female children whom he systematically abused throughout their childhood.”

Dixon was sentenced to six months in prison for sexually abusing a teenager in 1997 and was convicted in 2004.

Sussex Police have reopened their investigation into her previous offense in 2019 following a new complaint from another victim.

Dixon lived in Crawley and Bexhill where he fixed televisions and worked as a DJ in bars, clubs and a trailer park.

He abused the children in a locked garage and trailer on the south coast.

One woman said childhood abuse at the hands of Dixon left her with constant anxiety.

Dixon will serve 20 years in a women’s prison for crimes between 1989 and 1996. Sussex police are in a row over a pedophile trans woman

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