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TVP Sack Detective Sergeant Without Notice for Indencent Assault

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Third Thames Valley Police Officer sacked in one day by Chief Constable Francis Habgood. 

Thames Valley Police sacked a detective sergeant after it is claimed he indecently assaulted a colleague, although CPS would not authorise a charge.  

Thames Valley Police claim DS Brashaw assaulted one of his colleagues while off duty. 

He was dismissed without Notice Thames Valley Police had referred the matter to the Crown Prosecution Service but criminal charges were not brought.

The force said DS Brashaw breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour for Authority, Respect and Courtesy and Discreditable Conduct contrary to the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2012.

Chief Constable Francis Habgood and Deputy Chief Constable, John Campbell sacked him without notice.

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Trevor Sherwood
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