PC with lifetime ban faces jail over extreme porn stash

PC who got lifetime police ban after taking selfies at murder scene now faces jail over extreme porn stash discovered during separate probe

  • Ryan Connolly, 37, found in possession of ‘deplorableextreme pornography
  • The police officer also took selfies at scene of murder cordon in 2018
  • Racist images of Muslims and a Ku Klux Klan member were found on his phone
  • He faces jail for extreme pornography, but not charged for murder scene selfies
  • A PC who took selfies at a murder scene has also admitted possessing extreme pornography, it emerged yesterday.

    Ryan Connolly, 37, had his phoned seized during a separate police anti-corruption investigation into him in February last year.

    The probe led to the discovery of ‘deplorable’ racist, homophobic and offensive images and extreme pornographic content.

    That led to a tribunal hearing over pictures he’d taken at work and criminal charges over the pornography.

    The content included ‘an act which threatened a person’s life’ and sex with animals.

    He pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing the ‘grossly offensive’ pornography at Manchester Crown Court last month.

    He could be jailed for up to three years when he is sentenced in a fortnight.

    But yesterday questions were being asked about why Connolly had not been charged with any crime relating to the murder scene selfies or other offensive images.

    Ryan Connolly, 37, pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing the ‘grossly offensive’ pornography at Manchester Crown Court (写真) 先月

    Ryan Connolly, 37, pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing the ‘grossly offensive’ pornography at Manchester Crown Court (写真) 先月

    West Midlands Police officer found dead weeks after release from prison for assault

    A police officer jailed for assaulting members of the public while on duty has been found dead just weeks after his release from prison.

    Declan Jones, 30, was reportedly discovered by his parents at an address in Bromsgrove, ウスターシャー, 火曜日に.

    The West Midlands Police officer was sacked after he was convicted of assaulting cyclist Michael Rose, 44, during a stop and search. 次の日, Jones attacked a 15-year-old boy he had stopped. Both victims were black.

    Declan Jones, who was jailed after being caught on camera assaulting members of the public, 死んでいるのが発見されました

    Declan Jones, who was jailed after being caught on camera assaulting members of the public, 死んでいるのが発見されました

    彼は刑務所に入れられました 26 weeks over the offences committed in April last year. Released from prison a fortnight ago, he was facing a further trial, accused of committing actual bodily harm against Trevaile Wyse, 30, who is also black.

    West Mercia Police said they did not believe a third party was involved in the death.

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    His behaviour also only became public knowledge after documents relating to his misconduct hearing were leaked to a newspaper.

    This is despite college of policing guidelines stating media outlets should be informed when an officer is charged with a potential crime while on duty.

    Connolly joined the force in January 2003 but his misconduct started around 2014, Merseyside police said.

    Racist photos including images of Muslims and a Ku Klux Klan member were found on his mobile.

    He also took a picture of a fellow officer’s bottom and sent others that mocked disabled people.

    10月中 2015 he took a photo, while on duty, of someone who had slashed his wrists, and shared it on WhatsApp.

    A year later he sent a graphic homophobic image and also, on separate occasions, took photographs of two men detained under the Mental Health Act who were in hospital.

    The most offensive photographs were taken at the scene of the murder cordon in 2018 but did not include images of the teenage victim.

    Connolly resigned from the police ahead of last month’s misconduct hearing and was later barred from ever rejoining the ranks.

    Vinny Tomlinson, former chairman of Merseyside’s Black Police Association, attended the hearing.

    He told The Guardian Connolly’s conduct was ‘on an almost industrial scale’ and ‘the worst he could recall’.

    The case echoes that of the two Metropolitan police officers who used their mobile phones to take pictures at the scene where sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman lay murdered.

    Deniz Jaffer and Jamie Lewis were jailed this month after admitting misconduct in public office. Connolly’s phone was seized during a separate probe in February last year.

    He had initially been charged with perverting the course of justice over an alleged false claim he had been assaulted, plus misuse of a police computer.

    He was also charged, alongside another officer, with misconduct in a public office over allegations they failed to alert colleagues to a potential gun attack.

    But those charges were discontinued and allowed to lie on file when he admitted the extreme porn offences.

    Merseyside police insisted they were still reviewing the material found on Connolly’s phone to see if any more criminal charges could be brought.

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