Robert Caldwell accepted a five-year order effectively preventing him from going near the school where he was previously caught loitering and was subsequently prosecuted by police.
Sgt Hanzic said in Albury Court yesterday that he would be making submissions on an appropriate sentence for Robert Ronald Caldwell and suggesting a jail term.
Caldwell, 65, of Prune St, Lavington, pleaded guilty to being a convicted sex offender loitering near a school without reasonable excuse and having as knife in a public place.
Solicitor Michael Hayes said Caldwell did voluntary work at St Patricks Church after attending mass each morning.
Parish preist Msgr William Fulton gave evidence about Caldwells voluntary work.
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Caldwell, of North Albury, was convicted in August last year of being a convicted child sex offender loitering near the St Patricks school in Smollett St.
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The presbytery building is located within the parish school grounds and has a direct line of sight to classrooms and the childrens play area.