A psychologist, who worked in Enner Mark Prison at Horsens, shall no longer have the opportunity to practice his work.
It is the requirement of the public Prosecutor at Sydøstjyllands Police in an unusual case, who on Tuesday commenced by the Court in Horsens.
Here is the psychologist - a 30-year-old man - accused of having smuggled 473 grams of hashish and 9.4 grams of cocaine into the prison.
It was, according to the indictment the psychologist a profit of at least 32.950 crowns.
He received supposedly the money from relatives of inmates.
The six-pages long indictment tells of several offences.
the Psychologist must also have given the inmates, which were subject to visitor and brevkontrol, the opportunity to use their work computer.
Finally, having he to his employer to have claimed that he had taken training as a licensed psychologist.
It triggered a salary increase of 4500 dollars a month.
As the documentation tilbagedaterede he is, according to the indictment, a receipt from the Psykolognævnet for the payment of a fee for the application for authorization.
the Man was arrested the 3. October last year, and he has been in custody ever since.
senior prosecutor Bettina Lauridsen, Wagner calls the case highly unusual.
- The act of a trusted employee. It's not often we see this sort of cases, she says.
the Prosecutor says that she is going after to get the man sentenced to a custodial sentence and a disqualification of the right to work as a psychologist.
in Addition, she has no further comments to the matter at the present time.
It has not been possible to ascertain how the accused makes himself the accusation.
- I can not pre-answer the questions, as I until the final hearing sworn to secrecy, writes his lawyer, Klaus Ewald, in an e-mail to Ritzau.
Enner Mark is, according to the Prison website a closed prison with a very high degree of security.
There is room to 235 inmates in the jail, which is located behind a 1400 meter long surrounding wall and is monitored by 300 cameras.
recently was a prison officer, who was employed in the Aarhus Arrest, sentenced to one-year unconditional prison sentence for having smuggled marijuana and mobile phones into jail.