VANCOUVER, June 25, 2003 ( – Robert Noyes, the former B.C.  school teacher and principal who is a convicted pedophile, has won full parole from the National Parole Board.  The parole requires that he refrain from surfing pornographic websites, allow his computer to be inspected upon request, and undergo psychiatric treatment.  Noyes was declared a dangerous offender in 1986, shortly after pleading guilty to sexual assault upon 19 children. “It is acknowledged that the total number of incidents of this nature ranges in the hundreds, and in reality, there have been over 60 victims,” the board admitted when granting the parole.  Based on offenses committed against a total of 60 children from 1986 to 2003, Noyes served a mere 3.4 months per child.  For local coverage: