Man jailed for breaking into college campus
Man pleaded guilty to forced entry but stole nothing
Police officers to identify Jackson and they arrested and charged him on February 9.
Jackson appeared in court on April 27 and he is now serving a nineweek prison sentence.
He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £115 and costs of £120.
Investigating officer Detective Constable Richard Bates, of CID based in Taplow, said he hopes the sentence serves a message.
“Jackson saw fit to target this educational estab- lishment,” he said. “Although he did not take anything from the college, he did cause damage to the doors while searching. I hope this serves as a message that, if you attempt to commit burglary, we will catch you and you will be brought before the court to answer for your crimes.”