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The Met police detective had sex with the female suspect, whom he was investigating.

A. Metropolitan Police The detective had sex with a woman while he was investigating an alleged crime.

John McCarthy, then a detective constable, began sleeping with the woman in 2017 while investigating harassment.

His actions were grossly disrespectful, according to the Independent Police Conduct Office.IOPC) Found on Tuesday.

Mr McCarthy served in the force’s North Area Command unit at Anfield and Harangi, north London.

The relationship with the woman, whose name cannot be disclosed for legal reasons, began in January 2017 when a case was investigated alleging that she had harassed her ex-husband and her mother. Was

The harassment case against him was later dropped.

Their relationship continued, and the IOPC’s investigation revealed that Mr. McCarthy and the woman had sex while on duty during a trial in Wood Green Crown Court on March 22, 2017. They also exchanged sex text messages.

The IOPC said Mr McCarthy also borrowed خاتون 53,580 from the woman between June and September 2017, and there was evidence that he may have intended to keep the money permanently. The suspect was sent as a gift and did not announce loans, relationships or gifts.

The woman filed a lawsuit against him in county court, alleging that when he later went into debt, he failed to pay, leaving her with ‘noodles’ and risking eviction. ۔ Mr McCarthy also failed to notify Matt.

Their relationship ended in October 2017.

Mr McCarthy resigned from the Mets on September 5 last month, four years after the investigation into his misconduct began in January 2018 after the IOPC was referred to the force.

The IOPC’s two-day hearing ended on Tuesday and it was found that if Mr McCarthy had not resigned earlier, he would have been fired by the Mets. He is now on the “banned list” of former officers who cannot work in policing in the future.

IOPC Regional Director Sal Naseem said: “It is clear that John McCarthy resorted to hunting for his own sexual gratification and personal gain. This kind of behavior had no place in the police. Mr McCarthy was appointed as a police officer. He would have been fired immediately for misusing his confidence and power if he had not already resigned and this is the result that police officers should expect and receive.

“His behavior has had a serious and devastating effect on his victims, and has had a serious, lasting effect on public confidence in individual officers and the police service in general.”

The victim said in a statement: “I felt I had to play with it. Toy with my emotions. I think it made her feel more powerful. It made me insecure and scared.

He added that Mr McCarthy became “connected” in his life, informing his family, friends and neighbors about his relationship.

He lost confidence in the police because I don’t think he told any of his colleagues. “He knew about my weaknesses and my baby, and he knew about my financial weaknesses.”

Mr McCarthy’s former unit commander, Superintendent Simon Creek, said: “Having sex with the person you are investigating as an accused is against the basic principle that a police officer should perform his duties fairly, honestly and with integrity. Should be performed with neutrality

He added: “The public deserves trust and confidence in the police and the results show how determined MAT is to root out wrongdoing within the organization.”

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