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Judge Johanna Johnston QC deferred sentence until next month and remanded him in custody.We hold many records relating to crime and criminals.Services provided at the clinics may include: Some services listed above may not be available in the site you visit but you will be sign posted to the appropriate service at that point. Services available will differ across areas but most will offer: Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) screening, pregnancy testing, contraception, free condoms and referral to other services (for example, mainstream sexual health services or specialist YP clinics). Staff would only share information with other agencies if someone under 16 was in danger.To make an appointment call: 03 (9am–4.45pm Monday to Friday), you will be asked some questions and be signposted to one of our clinics. The ‘Free Condoms No Fuss’, C Card Scheme provides condoms and lubricant to anyone living, working or studying in Lanarkshire. National / regional services: Scotland's National Sexual Health website: National Sexual Health Line: 03(lines are open 24 hours). Full confidentiality policy is available at drop in services.Khalid Jamal met the women on a dating website and took them to his house – where he invited them to look at the pet fish in his bedroom.The first victim, now 27, had been out with the medic on a number of occasions but, on Christmas Eve 2013, she was attacked by him after he tried to persuade her to have sex.In evidence, the 27-year-old said she met Jamal online and they subsequently met up in person a number of times.
Lanarkshire HIV, AIDS & Hepatitis Centre: Monklands Hospital, Monkscourt Avenue, Airdrie, ML6 0JS.
Ironically, you are more likely to find information about someone who committed a crime than about a respectable, law-abiding citizen.
Information about crime and criminals can be found in the records of criminal courts, criminal investigations and prisons.
Months later, the woman told how he sexually assaulted her in his bedroom after offering her a lift home from a nightclub.
In his police interview, Jamal told officers that he was a doctor, although not currently working, and “wanted to help people”.The teenager saw him again months later when Jamal – who has been suspended by the General Medical Council – promised to drive her home from a night out in Glasgow.