A disgraced Marlow care home director has reportedly left his role after he was handed a three-year Sexual Risk Order banning him from exposing his genitalia.

Frank Hassard, 52, of Elmtree Green in Great Missenden, was banned from exposing his genitals to any member of the public, including any child, in a public place, and having any contact with any female child under the age of 16, on January 8.

The order, which was granted by Wycombe Magistrates’ Court, is in place for three years.

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According to Companies House, Francis Hassard was a director at Meadowside Residential Care Home in Little Marlow Road – but his post was terminated yesterday (February 2).

The ‘termination of a director appointment’ form was uploaded on February 2, stating the role was vacated the same day.

It has not been confirmed why Mr Hassard’s role was terminated and the care home has not responded to our requests for comment.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC), a watchdog that regulates health and social care services, told the Bucks Free Press Mr Hassard had ‘no direct involvement’ with services provided at the home.

Rebecca Bauers, CQC’s head of adult social care inspection for the south, said: “We have reviewed our records and spoken with the provider.

“We can confirm Mr Hassard has no direct contact or involvement in the service delivery.

“While this issue is not one which would come under the remit of CQC, we have been assured by Meadowside management team that the situation has been fully risk assessed.”

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In a statement provided before Mr Hassard’s post was terminated, the home also said he did not have direct involvement with those under their care.

The home – which was last rated as ‘Good’ by the CQC in December 2018 – can look after a maximum of 13 people and provides nursing or personal care to residents.

In a statement after the sexual risk order was issued to Mr Hassard, PC Abhi Bajwa, based at High Wycombe police station said: “Sexual offences are taken incredibly seriously by Thames Valley Police.

“I am pleased that Hassard has been issued with this order to ensure a long-term deterrent is in place to safeguard victims and any potential future victims.

“Thames Valley Police does not tolerate sexual offences and works tirelessly to bring offenders to justice.”