PCSO who preyed on vulnerable women kicked out of police force
3:50pm Wednesday 20th March 2013 in News
A PCSO branded a disgrace and jailed after preying on vulnerable women has been unceremoniously kicked out of Devon and Cornwall Police Force.
Peter Bunyan, 40, of Carharrack, near Camborne, called a "disgrace to the police service", had turned his radio down when having sex with women.
He was also accused of using the computerised criminal intelligence system like a "dating agency", looking up sensitive information on women
Bunyan had denied all the charges, however he admitted having sex with four women.
The force has confirmed that following a disciplinary panel he has been dismissed without notice,
The officer was charged with 12 counts of misconduct in public office for engaging in sexual relationships with five women; sending sexualised text messages to one woman; accessing the police records of six women and two men; accessing computer records and passing it onto two other individuals; and obtaining a loan of money.
Bunyan was found guilty of eight counts of misconduct in public office.