警察官は女性とのセックスを追求することによって信頼を乱用しました, 裁判所は聞く

警察官, 36, 女性とのセックスを追求し、脆弱な女性と接触することによって彼への信頼を乱用した, 裁判所は聞く

  • Shamraze Arshad pled not guilty after he was suspended for misconduct in 2021
  • The Greater Manchester police officer is accused of pursuing ‘sexual relationship with femalesas well as committing alleged data breaches
  • The matter will be sent to crown court, which deals with more serious offences
  • A suspended Greater Manchester Police officer has appeared before the magistrates court accused of data breaches and perverting the course of justice over a year long period.

    Shamraze Arshad, 36, came before Liverpool Magistrates Court on June 10.

    He is charged with two offences, alleging he ‘misused his role as a police officer for his own ends’ and that he committed data breaches.

    Arshad, who lives in Bolton, worked for GMP in the City of Manchester district and was suspended from duty on 19 7月 2021.

    Between August 2020 と7月 2021 he was accused of misconduct and an ‘abuse of trust’ by pursuing a ‘sexual relationship with females’ and ‘contacting a vulnerable female’.

    Shamraze Arshad, 写真, pled not guilty after he was suspended for misconduct in 2021

    Shamraze Arshad, 写真, pled not guilty after he was suspended for misconduct in 2021

    Arshad, who works in the City of Manchester district, appeared before the  Liverpool Magistrates Court later this month

    Arshad, who works in the City of Manchester district, appeared before the Liverpool Magistrates Court later this month

    District Judge Timothy Boswell heard his case Friday morning in the magistrate’s court.

    Arshad pled not guilty to committing data breaches between August 2020 と6月 2021.

    Defending Arshad, Christopher Fallows, said he ‘believed he had a right to access the computer in the way that he did’.

    Arshad was bailed, and will now appear before the Liverpool Crown Court on July 8 for his next hearing in relation to both charges.

    Crown courts typically deal with more serious offences not heard in the magistrate’s court.