Mr Savage, who has never been charged, lived near the home from where three-year-old William vanished at Kendall, on the NSW Mid-North coast. Jubelin considered Mr Savage's behaviour "irrational" and he had no alibi for a crucial window of time on the morning William vanished in September 2014. After four years of investigating William Tyrrell's disappearance, Jubelin resigned from the case which remains unsolved. "I've put people before the courts. Please sign in to contribute to the Mamamia Community. "He chose to break the law, he knew he was breaking the law, it wasn't isolated," Mr Hogan said. Three of the conversations were at Mr Savage's Kendall home, while a fourth was recorded when Jubelin put his phone on loudspeaker at police headquarters in Sydney and told another officer to record. Despite being removed from the case, Jubelin said he did have thoughts, "not just gut instinct", on who was responsible for William's disappearance five years ago, but he cannot be "100 per cent certain". Crime has to be solved, fight fire with fire, too much going soft on criminals. While warrants allowed Mr Savage's home, car and phone to be bugged, Jubelin's 2017 and 2018 recordings weren't made on approved listening devices, which produced poor-quality audio and suffered basic failures such as flat batteries. Jubelin also said he had no animosity towards NSW Police. "He is one of the hardest workers I've ever seen in the NSW Police Force," Mr Kaldas said. "It is very serious offending, and it's offending that infringes fundamental civil rights," he said. Magistrate Hudson fined Jubelin $2,500 for each of his four counts and recorded a conviction. Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Speaking outside court, Jubelin said he is “obviously disappointed” and has lodged an appeal. "It has impacted on me greatly. "I have thoughts, ideas about what may have happened, but I want to stress that there is a process with the coroner and an ongoing inquest which I respect totally and support.". NSW Police were fools to lose him he is the type of officer needed. Mr Tedeschi told the court he attempted to dissuade Jubelin from resigning. In 2019, speaking with journalist Jana Wendt at the Sydney Crime Writers Festival, the father-of-two said he considered his inability to solve it a "personal failure". Jubelin, 57, was on Monday found guilty by a magistrate of breaching the Surveillance Devices Act by recording four conversations with person of interest Paul Savage on a mobile phone. 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Earlier this year Jubelin was found guilty of these charges, convicted and fined $10,000. Jubelin, who resigned from NSW Police in 2019, is now a journalist for The Sunday Telegraph. If you're not already a Mamamia member, sign up (it's easy, we promise). "Picture that you've worked on something for four years, giving your heart and soul, you've made your sacrifices, it's cost you all sorts of things and then you're just told nope, you've got nothing to do with that anymore," Jubelin said, Nine reported. Former NSW detective Gary Jubelin is fined $2,500 for each of his four counts in relation to recording person of interest Paul Savage on a mobile phone in 2017 and 2018. "On my quiet moments of reflections... Something needed to give, but I would have preferred me to be broken rather than be taken away.". Crown prosecutor Philip Hogan told the court there may be a view that "the ends justify the means" given the seriousness of William's disappearance, but the offending was "very serious" and "infringes fundamental civil rights". AEST = Australian Eastern Standard Time which is 10 hours ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), Live: Twilight Payment wins the Melbourne Cup ahead of Tiger Moth and Prince of Arran, Epsom Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck euthanised after breaking down during Melbourne Cup, Australia's official cash rate dips to 0.1 per cent as RBA reveals multi-billion-dollar measures to get out of recession. "I will carry that until the day I die, if we don’t find out what happened to William Tyrrell.". There is not a Victims family that he has worked with or been involved with, that doesn’t hold Gary in High Regard. Former NSW Police detective Gary Jubelin has been fined $10,000 and convicted for making illegal recordings during the William Tyrrell investigation.