PC Kevin Mohess of London police sacked for trying to coerce a revenge porn victim

PC Kevin Mohess, an officer of London police has been fired after trying to coerce a vulnerable woman into sending him naked photos of herself.

The disgraced PC of North East Command Unit, was dismissed without notice after he was found to have committed gross misconduct, Scotland Yard said.

In 2018, the sex pest of a police officer was sent to the address of the victim, identified only as Ms X, a three-day misconduct hearing was told this month.

The victim of revenge porn wanted to report intimate pictures of herself had been circulated online without her permission.

After the visit, PC Mohess is said to have contacted the victim on social media between November 15 and December 6, 2018.

Mohess suggested they meet for a drink and that the victim, Ms X,  should send the perverted police officer explicit and personal photos of herself.

The victim recognised the police officer from his photographs on his social media account.

The now sacked PC was also accused of using confidential information, obtained in his role as a police officer, to encourage the victim to send the intimate images.

The misconduct panel found all of the allegations to be proven and ruled the appropriate sanction was dismissal without notice, yet, London police refused access of the misconduct hearing to the public.

The hearing sparked some controversy for being held behind doors raising concerns of transparency.

 

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