Off duty cop arrests sex attacker who attacked her after seeing her walk by ‘wrong side of the train tracks’

Off duty cop arrests sex attacker who attacked her after seeing her walk by ‘wrong side of the train tracks’

A police officer has been arrested after he pulled a woman over for showing him her “wrong side of the tracks.”

The woman, who had been raped wh천안출장업소ile riding with her male friend, noticed another train had been sitting between the tracks and her parked car.

She was “outraged” to see the cars and started to complain to police.

The officer, who is in his fourth year as a police constable, followed her around on foot before arresting her.

In an incident report, the 26-year-old’s “life was affected by being assaulted, humiliated and embarrassed at the hands of a police officer,골드카지노” the statement said.

‘Police officers should only be allowed to deal with criminal activity’

One of her passengers said she was “disturbed by the way the police handled the situation and the fact that their initial approach was to try and help the woman find some sort of help.”

The officer in question is alleged to have punched her in the face, head, throat and chest, causing bruising that has remained for nearly a year.

Her life “is now in jeopardy and was affected by the 카지노 홍보consequences of her actions while attempting to contact law enforcement” but has since recovered.

“Police officers should only be allowed to deal with criminal activity, and have to be trained not to do that,” the statement said.

While the man who attacked her has been charged with criminal trespass, he was taken into custody in May, court records showed.

Cases involving sex assault are increasing in England and Wales, despite the police services commission recommending an increase in numbers in 2015/16.

The number of police cases involving rape and sexual abuse, both domestic and sexual, increased from 3,744 in 2010/11 to 4,634 in 2014/15.

The CPS said more than half of the rise involved victims of incest or rape or threats of them.

The number of sexual offences including sexual assault and sexual touching was 4,634 in 2016/17, it said.