How police officers get away with having sex on the job: shag a fellow copper
The policeman caught having sex with a PCSO in Manchester toilet has not been sacked. This is because the coppers were caught shagging in the offices of Greater Manchester Police in Newton Heath.
Being sacked or not being sacked for having sex whilst policing depends on who sees you.
A police sergeant spotted having sex in public while on duty has been sacked from the Devon and Cornwall force.
The officer was dismissed without notice, the force said, after an internal hearing found his behaviour amounted to gross misconduct.
If fellow police officers catch you shagging on the job, you remain on the force; if the public see you, you’re sacked. Got it?
A police officer has been sacked for twice having sex while on duty with a man he met via a gay social media site. Pc Anthony Taylor, 30, was in full uniform when he met the man in Manchester.
Assistant chief constable Dawn Copley said: “Pc Taylor’s actions could have put the public in danger and put undue pressure on his colleagues. GMP and the public rightly expect a high standard of professional behaviour from both officers and employees. Taylor’s conduct while on duty unfortunately fell well below that standard.”
If you want to get away with it, shag another copper.