Two-year supervision order for former Wheatley finance director
A former finance director of Wheatley Group who admitted to charges of voyeurism and sexual assault has avoided a prison sentence.
Mark Logan, 48, was dismissed from his job after the allegations came to light at the organisation’s Glasgow head office last year.
Logan, of Tweedsmuir Crescent in Bearsden, had pled guilty in March to the charges of voyeurism and sexual assault and appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court this week to be sentenced before Sheriff Joseph Platt.
Sheriff Platt handed down a two-year supervision order, meaning Logan will have to comply with strict social work rules, attending meetings regularly and working with psychologists.
He will also have to comply with notification requirements of being placed on the sex offenders’ register.