Former and serving Derbyshire Constabulary officers charged following investigation
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A former and a serving Derbyshire Constabulary police officer have been today charged with misconduct in public office offences.
Following an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct the two men, former police constable Daniel Nash, 40, and serving - but suspended - police constable, Matthew Longmate, 46, have now been charged with a total of 14 alleged counts of misconduct in public office.
The full release relating to the charges can be read here.
Derbyshire Constabulary expects the highest level of standards and professionalism from our officers and staff. Should the alleged offences against the two men be found proven then they would fall far below those expected of Derbyshire Constabulary employees.
The force referred the alleged offences to the Independent Office for Police Conduct and have fully supported the investigation.