Daniel Patrick Symons, pictured outside the District Court in 2017, has been permanently banned from providing any health service to children.(ABC News: Rebecca Opie)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelA former high-ranking St John Ambulance officer found guilty of sexually pursuing teenage cadets could be free to return to work as a nurse in less than seven years. Key points:Daniel Symons was convicted over offences committed against two female cadetsHe was banned from providing services to adults for eight years, backdated to April 2019The 32-year-old will also need to regain registration before he can return to work as a nurseDaniel Patrick Symons says he would be an "excellent, well-qualified" nurse, but South Australia's Civil and Administrative Tribunal found he had not accepted his guilt and did not understand the qualities required for the job.Symons, 32, was in 2017 convicted of nine charges relating to offences committed against two female cadets, aged 16 and 17 at the time, dating back to 2012.The charges included unlawful sexual intercourse while in a post of authority, inducing someone under 18 to expose their body, and communicating with a person under 17 with intent to engage in sexual activity.During a trial, the court heard Symons used Facebook to contact the two cadets for explicit conversations about their sexual interests and experiences, and to ask them for naked photos.The usual age of consent in South Australia is 17, but when one of the parties is in a "position of authority",
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