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Former police officer Adrian Pogmore jailed over helicopter sex video

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Former police officer Adrian Pogmore jailed over helicopter sex video

Post by midnight on Tue Aug 08, 2017 11:58 am

Former police officer Adrian Pogmore has been jailed for a year for using a force helicopter to film a couple having sex.

Pogmore, 50, had admitted four counts of misconduct in a public office and was described by fellow officers as "the team deviant" and a "sex-obsessed air observer".


http://news.sky.com/story/former-police-officer-adrian-pogmore-jailed-over-helicopter-sex-video-10979169

affraid affraid affraid lol! lol! lol!

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Re: Former police officer Adrian Pogmore jailed over helicopter sex video

Post by daveiron on Tue Aug 08, 2017 12:15 pm

So once again fellow officers knew and did nothing ,just the same with Saville and the BBC

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Re: Former police officer Adrian Pogmore jailed over helicopter sex video

Post by Tom Bombadil on Wed Aug 09, 2017 8:48 pm

Never trust a copper.

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Re: Former police officer Adrian Pogmore jailed over helicopter sex video

Post by Lopsum on Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:37 pm

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Re: Former police officer Adrian Pogmore jailed over helicopter sex video

Post by actinglikeabanker on Thu Aug 10, 2017 3:48 am

"Misconduct in public office"

Common law offence, permitting a maximum sentence of life.

.....Adrian Pogmore, 50, was described by fellow officers as the "team deviant" and a "sex-obsessed air observer" after filming a man and a woman having sex on the patio of their home.....

.....Two other police officers and two helicopter pilots who were in the helicopter when the sex video was filmed were tried and cleared of misconduct on Friday.

They told Sheffield Crown Court they had no idea what Pogmore was doing with the aircraft's camera.

However, South Yorkshire Police said it intends to continue with internal misconduct proceedings against the officers.....

I guess the article skirts around the common law nature of the charge "Misconduct in public office" and use of 'tried' instead of a jury made decision as people might start getting ideas. They have been trying to get rid of this as a common law offence and, replace it with a statute for some time now,

Misconduct in public office

http://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/SN04909/SN04909.pdf

This Note briefly sets out the history of the common law offence of ‘misconduct in public
office’. It looks at recent use of the offence in prosecutions and considers proposals to place
the offence on a statutory footing.


Misconduct in Public Office Issues Paper 1: The Current Law

http://lawcom.gov.uk/app/uploads/2016/01/misconduct_in_public_office_issues-1.pdf

.....1.1 The Law Commission is undertaking a review of the offence of misconduct in
public office as part of its 11th programme of law reform.1

1.2 Our reform objectives are:
(1) to decide whether the existing offence of misconduct in public office
should be abolished, retained, restated or amended; and
(2) to pursue whatever scheme of reform is decided upon.....
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