Male police officer charged with sexual offences against female colleague

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A male police officer from the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda was reportedly charged with committing sexual offences against a female colleague.

According to media reports, the accused officer appeared before Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh in the St John’s Magistrates’ Court yesterday and was granted bail in the sum of $10,000.

The officer was reportedly ordered to pay a cash component $2,500 as a condition of the bail.

 

He must reportedly provide two sureties, who are not members of his family and must report three times weekly to a police station

 

The officer cannot be identified since the Sexual Offenses Act, restricts the publication of names of persons charged under the act prior to conviction.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Sexual harassment is alive in the workplace in little Antigua and Barbuda. A lot more need to be reported and dealt with no matter if it is male or female.

  2. Well Lard the police inna de headlines again an once again anna nothing good. Hos them can go lock up ma fu rape when them ah rape woman to smfh Lard ha mercy pan them popo

  3. another police again?????????????????????????????????????????????????
    when when we hold a public inquiry into the criminality into the police force which in this case a culture and just bad apples

  4. Complaints made by junior officers regarding alleged inappropriate sexual conduct by Wendell Robinson has certainly shifted things around in the force. A step in the right direction.

    • Well you need to be taken in and as they say assist the police in there investigation and if you can’t show the evidence lock you up for you mouth .

  5. Well you need to be taken in and as they say assist the police in there investigation and if you can’t show the evidence lock you up for you mouth .

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